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Od 2016. godine TermCoord svake subote objavljuje post o terminologiji hrane koji prikazuje sličnosti i razlike gastronomske kulture između i u različitim zemljama. Pozivamo „foodies” iz cijelog svijeta da doprinesu svojim postovima. (Pošta na dgtrad.termcoord@ep.europa.eu)

Kušajte Europu: Litva

Litvanci vole uživati u nizu ukusne hrane. Njihova jela su jako ovisna o korjenastom povrću, mesu i mliječnim proizvodima, koji mogu...

Ja·ATE Hrana u tjednu: Nova hrana

Over the last couple of decades consumers have noticed the growing presence of baobab fruits among the selection at the greengrocers’, algae vermicelli in...

Ja·ATE Hrana u tjednu: Aspic

For this week’s I·ATE Food Term we present an unusual dish – aspic. Aspic (Kholodets) is a cold starter, made of meat or fish,...

Chiacchiere, merveilles, chrusciki, ⇱πλεт: mnoga imena za jedan recept

Sometimes, traditional cuisine crosses borders and creates its own geographical area. The chiacchiere, in Italy, merveilles in France, faworki in Poland, or δίπλες in Greece...

Ja·ATE Hrana u tjednu: Mirabelle

Mali voćni simbol francuske regije Lorraine: Mirabelle
Pandoro

I-ATE Hrana u tjednu: Pandoro

Pandoro Christmas is just around the corner and, when it comes to Italy, food is surely one of the main protagonists of the festivities! Among...

I·ATE Food Term: Twists on the classic pizza

When talking about Italy and its main global exports, one would undoubtedly say that pasta and pizza top the list; the latter being a...
Knäckebröd feature

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Knäckebröd

Before settling on your favourite type of in-between-snack, you should try what the Swedes’ have to offer. Going all the way back to the...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week Khachapuri

I-ATE termin tjedna: Khachapuri

Khachapuri is one of the most famous Georgian dishes. In 2010, the National Intellectual Property Centre of Georgia developed a legislative draft to protect khachapuri’s trade name....
feature Greek Christmas snacks

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Christmas snacks, the Greek way

This Christmas instead of the typical Christmas cookies and desserts, try to make some melomakarona, kourabiedes and diples! These three Greek sweet snacks are...
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