Found in Boston: Xinjiang Noodles, Moldova Tortes, Sapporo Ramen

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Xinjiang

The northwestern Chinese province is known for the Silk Road, rugged moutainscapes, and these stretchy, hand-pulled noodles, which Home Taste tosses with cumin, peppers, onions, and tender slices of lamb.

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Moldova

Crafted from sour-cherry-stuffed crêpes arranged in a pyramid shape, Moldova’s traditional cușma lui guguţă torte is a sweet way to get acquainted with the tiny Eastern European country.

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Sapporo

Ramen? Witheringly broad. Miso-powered pork ramen that hails from the capital of Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost main island? Delightfully precise. Ganko Ittetsu Ramen’s comes with sautéed napa, bean sprouts, corn, and a five-minute egg.

 

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