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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 – Frikadeller

  Frikadeller are flat, pan-fried meatballs made of mixed minced meat. They have often been considered a national dish in Denmark, but they are also...

Barraquito: Would you like a cup of terms?

There are many coffee enthusiasts who are willing to taste all kinds of coffee and learn everything about the coffee plant, which...

I-ATE: French toast: actually a versatile European toast

When food was not as abundant as it is nowadays, one did not dare to throw away something that might still be edible in some...

Oh honey !

  Today´s I-ATE term is honey, a product with the biggest mythological tradition in all the histories in the world. Ambrosia, the food of the...

Coffee and…Politics: The Battle for “Turkish coffee”

“One coffee, many names!” one could say. Or the femme fatale of coffees: many claim to “own” her, but, does she actually belong to...

The biggest red herring of all

Herrings, from the family Clupeidae, are incredibly social fish, which usually move in large schools around fishing banks and in the open sea or...

Let’s get cheesy – a brief history of fondue

This week’s food term post will talk about how melted cheese, white wine, garlic, bread pieces, kisses and dares are related to each other...

Some ideas to spice up your terms

This week we are again visiting  the Canary Islands and its typical food. In particular, we want to present some sauces, known in the...

Farinata: one thousand and one recipes and names

Back in the 13th century, Pisa and Genoa were among the powerful Italian Maritime Republics, fighting for the control of the Mediterranean Sea. In...

Pastel de nata: a Portuguese delicacy

The Pastel de Nata is one of the Portuguese delicacies that people love the most when they visit Portugal, and also a widely known...
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