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Since 2016, TermCoord publishes every Saturday a post on food terminology presenting the similarities and differences of gastronomic culture between and in different countries. We invite “foodies” from all over the world to contribute with their posts. (Mail to dgtrad.termcoord@ep.europa.eu)

I·ATE Term of The Week: Sachertorte

Vienna’s squares, avenues and tiny streets, lined with luxurious restaurants and humble coffee houses, are the Eden for sweet lovers. The tempting flavours of cinnamon, chocolate,...

I-ATE Term of the Week: Pretzel Sunday

Every year, on the fourth Sunday of Lent, Luxembourgers celebrate Pretzel Sunday. In sync with the Easter Season, we present to you the I-ATE...

I·ATE Term of The Week: Bouchée à la Reine, Vol-au-Vent, Königinnenpastete,...

The art of exquisite French dishes is admired far beyond the territory of France. Today we are going back in time to deepen our knowledge of French...

I-ATE Term of the Week: Full English breakfast

One of the most popular dishes in Britain is the traditional Full English breakfast, also known colloquially as a “Fry-up”. Its origin dates back...
Chiacchiere

I-ATE Term of the Week: Chiacchiere

Carnival is what makes the period preceding Lent memorable all over the Italian peninsula. If it is true that every festivity in Italy has...
Berliner the German doughnut

I·ATE Term of the Week: Berliner

What connects the Gutenberg press, John F Kennedy and German Karneval? The German pastry called Berliner! You can buy them all year, but the...
I-ATE Term of the Week_ Food Preserves

I-ATE Term of the Week: Fruit Preserves

Fruit preserves Before the invention of home refrigerators and freezers, it wasn’t easy to find strawberries in the cold winter or oranges in the hot...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week Khachapuri

I-ATE Term of the Week: Khachapuri

Khachapuri is one of the most famous Georgian dishes. In 2010, the National Intellectual Property Centre of Georgia developed a legislative draft to protect khachapuri’s trade name....
I-ATE Food Term of the Week_ Crostata

I-ATE Term of The Week: Crostata

The crostata: a typical Italian dessert The crostata is a baked tart similar to a fruit-filled pie, composed of a base of short pastry, called...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week_ Croquetas

I-ATE Term of the Week: Croquetas

Last week, on the 16th of January, food lovers around the world were enjoying tasty treats prepared especially for International Croqueta Day. We hope...
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