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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)

IATE Food Term of the Week – Mish-Mash

The IATE Food term of the week is the Bulgarian dish Mish-Mash. It is one of the best-known traditional dishes which is loved by...
Pão-de-Ló

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Pão de Ló

Despite it being an Easter essential, this Portuguese variation of a sponge cake can be found all year round and it is one of...
Porchetta

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Porchetta

The I-ATE Food Term of this week is the Italian dish "porchetta". With its crispy and golden ‘crust’, porchetta is one of the most...

I-ATE Term of The Week: Macarons

We have all craved them at a certain point in our lives: those bright sweets called macarons. Delicate, colourful and light, they are one of the most...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Spritz

This week’s I•ATE Food Term is actually a Drink Term! Known for its bitter-sweet taste and red-orange colour, the Spritz is a white wine-based cocktail...
Suspended-coffee

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 Term of The Week: Kvass

While in Western Europe children line up for drinking lemonade during the summer holidays, kids in Ukraine and Russia queue up for kvass —...
limoncello

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Limoncello

Limoncello is the name of an intensely lemon-flavored liqueur produced in the Italian region of Campania, in the area of Sorrento, by the Amalfi...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Tarta de Santiago (St James’s...

This week, for our I-ATE Food Term we embark on a journey to the magical city of Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia (northwest of...
International-eggplant-dips

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: International Aubergine Dips

Dips are the main characters of our starters and can still play the role of main dishes if appropriately complemented by sliced bread, whether...
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