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Coconut milk (drink)

Coconut milk, derived from grated mature coconut pulp, is a creamy, opaque liquid prized for its richness and distinct flavor, largely owed to its high oil content, primarily saturated fat. It holds a significant place in the culinary traditions of Southeast Asia, Oceania, South Asia, and East Africa, with further culinary applications extending to the […]

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Western Europe

Belgian cuisine

Belgian cuisine showcases a rich diversity across its regions, influenced by neighboring France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Often described as combining the quantity of German food with the quality of French cuisine, Belgian gastronomy boasts renowned delights such as chocolate, waffles, fries, and beer on the global stage. While Belgium has its own distinct national […]

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Asian

Vietnamese-style papaya, tofu, peanut and shallot salad

This fresh and delicious salad combines exotic and familiar flavors to create a harmony of aromas and textures. Delicate and slightly sweet papaya combines with tender tofu, enriching it with fresh and juicy notes. Crunchy peanuts add a unique flavor and texture, while shallots give the salad notes of freshness and slight spice. This salad is a great choice for those who appreciate the combination of fresh ingredients and exotic flavors. Give it a try and enjoy!

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Drinks Latin American

Daiquiri (drink)

The daiquiri is a cocktail consisting of rum, citrus juice (typically lime juice), and sugar or another sweetener. It is one of the six fundamental drinks detailed in David A. Embury’s renowned book, The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, which also offers variations. The name “daiquiri” originates from a beach and iron mine near Santiago […]

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Eastern European

Bulgarian cuisine

Bulgarian cuisine, part of Southeast European culinary traditions, shares traits with other Balkan cuisines due to geographical factors favoring diverse produce. It mirrors Turkish and Greek cuisine, with influences from Ottoman and Middle Eastern culinary styles, evident in dishes like moussaka, gyuvetch, kyufte, baklava, ayran, and shish kebab. Salads are common appetizers, complementing dairy products, […]

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Western Europe

Belgian beef stew with beer.

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Belgian gastronomy with our delicious Belgian Beer Beef Stew. Full of richness and flavor, this dish is prepared according to a traditional recipe using quality beef, caramelized onions and, of course, aromatic Belgian beer. Prepared with love and skill, it becomes a true pleasure for your palate and a unique taste experience. Give it a try and enjoy!

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Eastern European

Crodino (drink)

Crodino, a non-alcoholic bitter aperitif, has been in production since 1964. Gruppo Campari has been manufacturing it since 1995. This orange-hued beverage is crafted from herbal extracts and sugar, and it is typically sold in 10-centiliter bottles. While popular in Italy, it is also enjoyed in other European nations. Sealed with a crown cap, the […]

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Eastern European

Balkan cuisine

Balkan cuisine represents a regional culinary style that blends elements of European cuisine with those from Western Asia. This cuisine is predominantly found in the Balkan Peninsula of Southeast Europe, encompassing modern countries such as Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania, and Greece, as well as the former Yugoslavia. However, the boundaries of this region are not […]

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Eastern European

Tarator

Tarator is a cold soup popular in Bulgaria and Northern Macedonia in summertime. It is usually served before the second course or simultaneously with the second course. Main ingredients: sour milk, cucumber, garlic, walnuts, dill, vegetable oil, water, salt, spices. Can be served with ice. Give it a try and enjoy!

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Asian

Armenian cuisine

Armenian cuisine encompasses the culinary traditions and dishes of the Armenian people, reflecting their historical and geographical influences. The cuisine incorporates traditional foods and drinks that have evolved over centuries in Armenian-populated regions and territories once ruled by Armenian empires. In Armenian kitchens, the preparation of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes often involves techniques like […]

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Drinks Latin American

Mate (drink)

Mate, pronounced as /ˈmɑːteɪ/ MAH-tay in English, [ˈmate] in Spanish, and [ˈmatʃi] in Portuguese, is a traditional South American herbal drink infused with caffeine. Also referred to as chimarrão or cimarrón, and ka’ay in Guarani, it is crafted by steeping dried yerba mate leaves in hot water. Traditionally, it is enjoyed using a metal straw […]

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Asian

Halama – stuffed pumpkin in Armenian style

Pumpkin stuffed with fruit and rice is a traditional and favorite dish known in every Armenian family. Halama symbolizes “abundance” and is usually cooked in a tonir (almost the same as a tandoor oven) and served at weddings and on New Year’s Eve. The pumpkin is lowered in a wire basket over the coals and cooked this way until done. After cooking, the pumpkin is cut into slices, making it look like a flower. The flavor of the dish at this point is simply awesome! Give it a try and enjoy!

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Asian Drinks

Aojiru (drink)

Aojiru, known as “green juice” or “green drink” in English, is a Japanese vegetable beverage typically crafted from kale or young barley grass. Renowned for its nutritional value, it contains significant amounts of vitamins and minerals, although caution is advised for those undergoing specific treatments or taking certain medications. For instance, its high potassium, phosphorus, […]

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Australia and Oceania

Australian cuisine

Australian cuisine encompasses the culinary traditions and practices of Australia, incorporating influences from a diverse range of cultures including British, European, Asian, and Middle Eastern. Indigenous Australians developed a unique hunter-gatherer diet over thousands of years, known as bush tucker, which relied on native plants and animals. British colonization from 1788 to 1900 heavily influenced […]

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Australia and Oceania

Australian charcoal dumper

Dumper is a traditional Australian bread. It is traditionally cooked over charcoal with a yeast-free dough. Give it a try and enjoy!