I·ATE: We say haggis, you say zarajo, chinchulín, kokoretsi!

Need and creativity can lead a person's mind to come up with delicious recipes from ingredients that seem uncombinable or even unedible! In that spirit, with...

I·ATE Food Term project presented at the Babel Party 2017

The Babel Party is an event organised by the Directorate-General for Translation of the European Parliament every year. This year's edition was celebrated on...

I·ATE: Say “cheese”: discover Bulgarian “banitza” and Greek “tyropita”

Say "cheese" and enjoy this Saturday morning with our new I-ATE Food Term of the week, which is dedicated to white cheese and phyllo pastry all-day snacks!

Brace yourselves… I·ATE is coming!

TermCoord welcomes I·ATE, a new terminology resource to promote gastronomy as an essential part of our European heritage and education. I·ATE is an interactive multilingual...

How gender affects the style of communication

Just imagine, men and women communicate in the same language, in the same place and have the same backgrounds, but they are unable to...

EU TERMINOLOGY ПО-РУССКИ

My 3-week study visit at the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament is almost over. Time seems to have flown… So, what have...

I·ATE: Easter lamb, Πασχαλινό αρνί, Agneau pascal

The presence of lamb meat in meals related to important religious events, is a phenomenon that has its origins in ancient animal sacrificing rituals. In...

I·ATE: Sparga, szparagi and asparagus – what will you eat this...

This time of the year is the perfect season to eat fresh asparagus. Therefore, the I-ATE Food Term of this week is dedicated to...

Ever wanted to travel back in time? Talk to a Lithuanian!

“Anyone wishing to hear how Indo-Europeans spoke should come and listen to a Lithuanian peasant.” – Antoine Meillet (1886-1936) Now this is quite a statement...

I·ATE: Let’s share migas together

Migas or Migas de pastor -breadcrumbs in English- is a special Spanish peasant dish spread also in other countries as Mexico or Portugal. Spanish Migas...
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