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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: Potatoes, the perfect warming food for cold days

In these cold winter days, there’s nothing better than eating something warm and filling. When you think about it, meals with potatoes are one...

I·ATE: Can salami be sweet?

Since I moved abroad I experienced that one of the best activities to socialise is eating! Dinners are a pleasant and funny way to...

I·ATE: Epiphany cakes for 6th January

The end of the Christmas season is marked by the Epiphany, a Western Christian celebration held on January 6. This celebration commemorates Three Wise...

I·ATE: All that I want is caramel!

Caramel, the sweetest of sweets, deserved an entry in I·ATE. Of course you know what it is, but in order to provide a proper...

I·ATE: Naleśniki, crêpes and palačinka. Sweet or savoury?

Do you prefer sweet or salty food? Are you a sugary sweetheart, or do you have a salty side? Do not worry if you...

I-ATE: Autumn is Mushroom Time!

The leaves of the trees have changed their colours and we have start opening our umbrellas. The beginning of autumn can be translated in...

I·ATE: Kefir – an ancient superfood

Superfood, a marketing term used to describe foods rich in compounds -such as antioxidants, fibre, or fatty acids- considered beneficial to a person's health,...

I·ATE: Term sweet term

Since we had already mentioned the connection between the Canary Islands and Africa in some other articles, this week we would like to show...

I·ATE: Are you hungry? Barszcz, saltibarsciai, 罗宋汤 or борщ? What do...

If we travel to the Slavic and Baltic countries such as Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, or Belarus we will find a very tasty soup...

I·ATE: From the Spanish pisto to the Middle Eastern shakshuka

Cold days are at our doorstep, so what about resorting to a traditional recipe that will keep us warm and healthy? This week, we...
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