Lithuania is a country in the Baltic region of Europe. Like its neighbors, Lithuanian food consists of agricultural products and dishes that are perfectly suited to its cold and moist northern climate.
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With nomadism being such an important part of their culture and identity, traditional Kazakh food had to be well-suited to this nomadic way of life.
Norwegian cuisine is largely a reflection of its environment. It’s home to one of the world’s longest coastlines so it’s only natural for fish to play a significant role in Norwegian culture and cuisine.
A supra is a traditional Georgian feast. It’s an important part of Georgian social culture where people get together and revel over toasts and copious …
Are you familiar with Balkan food? Not as many people are because it isn’t a trendy cuisine. Plus, it comes from a region in Europe …
I was born and have lived here in London all my life. I want to share with you six foods Londoners REALLY eat.
Having grown up in the Netherlands (or Holland as it is also called) I always considered Dutch cuisine something that didn’t exist. Sure we had some typical Dutch foods like mashed potatoes with kale or endive. But that was as far as it went. Or so I thought.
These Zagreb restaurants and bars offer delicious food that’s easy to eat with your hands, making them the ideal partners for exploring the city or simply finding a nice relaxing place to sit and soak up the sun.
Traditional Icelandic food is made of all sorts of seafood and grass-fed lamb. Due to Iceland being a remote island south of the Arctic circle, surrounded by the cold Atlantic ocean, with a mostly barren land, there weren’t many foods in Iceland available for the locals to eat, for long centuries.
On our most recent trip to Europe, we dedicated over half our time to Spain so we could really sink our teeth into the cuisine and try as many traditional Spanish dishes as we could.