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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 Food Term of the Week: Cold Soups

With this sunny and warm weather, who wouldn't be keen for a cold soup? It's refreshing, colourful and loaded with seasonal fruits and vegetables......

I·ATE: Karavai, tsoureki and other names of the wedding bread

Spring has come and it has marked the start of the wedding season all over the world. There are some wedding traditions that are...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Kéiskuch

Cheesecake is a creamy cake with cheese! It is common belief that the combination of sweet and salty gives birth to an unbeatable taste....

I·ATE Food Term: Avocado goes international!

In this week’s I-ATE Food Term of the Week we are showing how the avocado, a fruit originally from South Central Mexico, is consumed...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: The Neapolitan Pastiera

The Neapolitan Pastiera   Pastiera is the Easter Neapolitan cake par excellence, made with ricotta cheese, grain and eggs. Neapolitans usually start preparing it on Maundy...

I·ATE: Taste Denmark

Here we come with a new series of I-ATE articles based on books published by different EU institutions that highlight recipes from each European...
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I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Suspended Coffee

In some cafés around the world, you can ask for a “suspended coffee”. It works in this way: when you go to a café...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Frankfurt Green Sauce

Frankfurt Green Sauce (`Frankfurter Grüne Soße`) Every year in spring in the region of Frankfurt and surroundings, this green sauce will be prepared in German...

I·ATE: Taste Ireland

Here we come with a new series of I-ATE articles based on books published by different EU institutios that highlight recipes from each European...

I·ATE: Zuppa di lentils, lentejas, fakes and lenticchie

For this week's I•ATE post we unveil for you the secrets of one of the most delicious and ancient pulses: the tiny yet nutritious...
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