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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: Belgium (Europe for all tastes: Recipes for Europe)

Earlier this month, we introduced a new series of I-ATE articles based on Europe for all tastes: Recipes for Europe, a book that highlights...

I-ATE: Sesame Candy – Pasteli – Feta Pasteli

Pasteli is the oldest sweet, according to Herodotus, who describes it as: "sweet cakes of sesame and honey". The texture varies from chewy to crisp....

I-ATE: Λουκούμι-Turkish Delight- Rahat lokum

Whether you call it λουκούμι, rahat lokum or rahat-ul hulkum you will get the same “Throat Comfort” as the Turkish translation of the term...

I-ATE: Greece (Europe for all tastes: Recipes for Europe)

September has just arrived and the new month brings a new series of I-ATE articles based on Europe for all tastes: Recipes for Europe,...

I-ATE: a Portuguese Menu

Travel documents? Check. Backpack? Check? Empty stomach? Check. We would like to invite you to join us on a culinary trip to Portugal, where...

I·ATE: Anyone keen for an omelette?

With this sunny and warm weather, who would like to spend hours in the kitchen cooking near the oven? Instead, we propose you a...

I-ATE: let’s prepare a rice recipe!

Did you know that "roughly one-half of the world population, including virtually all of East and Southeast Asia," completely depends "upon rice as a...

I·ATE: Layered savory delicacies – moussaka & lasagna

There are some dishes that, beyond their savory surprises, hide surprises behind their name, origin, preparation or all of the above. This is what...

I·ATE: would you like a glass of wine?

Did you know that the pigment pattern of the grape can vary from light greenish yellow to russet, pink, red, reddish violet, or blue-black?...

I·ATE: Urdă, вурда, queso fresco, paneer, cottage cheese!

This week we have chosen a cheesy food term of the week... urdă! Common in the Balkans, urdă is a type of whey cheese...
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