.. hands down, US Embassy Bahrain’s clip of NEA Acting Asst Secretary Yael Lempert
huting hunting for a shawarma in Manama; the rest needs to up their game.
We’re still waiting for the next representative overseas to top then Ambassador to Singapore Kirk Wagar eating durian on camera. In 2018, our diplomats at Embassy Manila did eat the most terrifying food in the world.
What are you waiting for? We have yet to see our top diplomats with boiled sheep’s head, stinky tofu … what’s that? Oh, decomposed shark carcass. Right. All in the name of food diplomacy!
For more ideas, see the digustingfoodmuseum. You’re welcome!
During her recent visit to #Bahrain, @StateDept_NEA's Acting Assistant Secretary Yael Lempert stopped by a local shawarma stand in her hunt to find the tastiest #shawarma in the Middle East. pic.twitter.com/dEvP0WyYMX
— U.S. Embassy Manama (@USEmbassyManama) February 17, 2022
¡Lo mejor de México! Maravillosa comida en Amecameca con Alejandra Romero y familia en su restaurante de cuarta generación en el mercado. pic.twitter.com/ztdMiSUzUE
— Embajador Ken Salazar (@USAmbMex) February 14, 2022
Beautiful weekend to explore our new home. Today, Amy and I ate bento boxes among skyscrapers on the Mitsukoshi rooftop, checked out iconic Tsukiji fish market, and made a new friend at Shioda mameya bean shop. pic.twitter.com/3JrPI7Wa3v
— ラーム・エマニュエル駐日米国大使 (@USAmbJapan) February 12, 2022
I like the energy of the new US Ambassador – just posts food pics with no further context. Practically Singaporean! https://t.co/sben0lriAP
— Peter Lin #IStandWithRaeesah (@prodigalgeek) February 8, 2022
— Ambassador Tom Nides (@USAmbIsrael) January 30, 2022
— U.S. Embassy Turkey (@USEmbassyTurkey) January 8, 2022