Ryan O'Sullivan received his Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University, majoring in Global Studies while minoring in Mandarin Chinese. He is currently at Northwestern University as a Juris Doctorate candidate. Ryan also loves cooking.
5 Different Ways To Try New Food by Ryan O'Sullivan of Georgetown
We keep the same recipes weekly, even though we may love to cook. This is because we're not sure what to try next or might be reluctant to try new cuisines or ingredients. Our tastes are influenced by various factors, such as genetics, exposure, and culture. Our DNA can often tell us what we like and don't like. For instance, if you have the OR6A2 gene, then cilantro might taste soapy. Those sensitive to spice or bitterness have more taste buds than the rest. These individuals are more likely to identify intense flavors.
6 Of Chicago’s Most Famous Foods
There is something for everyone in Chicago. Whether you are a local or an out-of-towner looking for the best food in the city, there is something for everyone. While there are tons of great restaurants in the area, 6 of the city’s most iconic food items should be on every diner’s must-try list.