Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
Whether its steak tartar, spaghetti bolognese or a grilled cheese sandwich - your favorite meal can be as extravagant or as bland as you want.
The age old question of what you would want as your last meal on earth has been discussed in movies, books and even amongst inmates on death row.
Most countries around the world can lay claim to at least one or two national dishes, but whether your geographic location influences your personal tastes is another story.
Americans may say they are home to the apple pie and cheeseburger while people in Canada call the beaver tail - a pastry like dessert - their national dish.
In South America, Brazilians have their version of BBQ meat called churrasco and Peruvians are brilliant using a grain called quinoa.
Travelling east to Europe, the English are famed for their fish and chips and the Italians are infamous for everything pasta related.
In Africa, the corn dish fufu is generally regarded as a staple and any goat dish is also very popular in the region.
Of course, Indian cuisine is synonymous with curry dishes and for its use of dozens of fragrant spices.
In Asia, Japanese food can range from sushi to vegetable tempura and Koreans are famous for their national dish, pickled cabbage called kimchi.
As we can see, cuisine around the globe can be as different as apples and oranges, but this is where we want you to come in.
We want to know what your favorite meal is - whether it's from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe, Australia or any mix in between. Maybe it's something you've had once and will always remember or is it something you eat every day?
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