Ever wonder how to cook an arepa at home, or where to find the best gochujang outside of Korea? And what’s with that Russian brand of bologna that appears to be made out of human babies?

Intrepid Pantry aims to answer these questions–and plenty more– through ingredient profiles, recipes, and reviews of food products from all over the world.

Expand your culinary and cultural horizons. Salivate. Gag. Whatever! This is a blog about the good, the bad, and the questionably odorous realm of global groceries. Step inside — but don’t say I didn’t warn you.


3 Responses to About

  1. dosirakbento says:

    Thanks for following my blog, I hope you will enjoy reading about my lunches


  2. Shamim says:

    I love, love, love your blog! I enjoy perusing the aisles at ethnic food stores and thought I knew a teeny bit about stuff but… your posts make me wonder how much I know… Thanks for educating me about some cool stuff.


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