Would you travel somewhere just so you can eat there? Would you ever have its cuisine as your primary -- maybe even sole -- reason for feeling attracted to visit a particular country or city? Much to the shock of at least one friend from another culture (who finds the concept utterly alien), my answer to both these questions is an emphatic "yes".
For the record, my ultimate food destination is Japan (the land of sushi, yakitori, mentaiko, soba, udon, tempura, okonomiyaki, Genghis Khan barbecues and so much else!). But another place -- that also has the benefit of being far closer where I currently live -- that I've travelled to to eat is Macau.
On one work trip to Macau a year ago, I found myself being served the two creamy dishes that I'm highlighting in this week's Photo Hunt entry. The upper most delicacy is actually a hollowed out bread bun with creamy gravy and bits of meat and food inside of it.
And although it really would be hard to want something else after finishing it, if you do have room for dessert, I would highly recommend the very Macanese serradura -- a truly delicious dish with far more creamy -- along with crushed cookie -- bits than you'd think one whose name literally translates into English as "sawdust" would have! ;b