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Taste of Germany: typical German food you should try

The german cuisine is a cuisine rich in diversity. Beyond the stereotypes concerning the consumption of beer, pork, cabbage and potatoes, Germany has an innovative cuisine, with multiple ingredients, often marrying sugar to salt. It also has a vast gastronomy and renowned chefs.

From fish and shellfish from the North Sea and the Baltic Sea to the Bavarian white sausage, through the Rhineland mussel soup and the various roast specialties, Germany also offers different types of pasta and ravioli.

The great autonomy of each German region has allowed the development of local culinary practices, sometimes enriching the contributions from neighboring countries. Thus in Germany there is a large number of regional dishes that have become emblematic of the whole country.

Taste of Russia: typical Russian food you should try

The russian cuisine is the traditional cuisine of Russia, linked to the ways of life and the history of the Russian people. It has undergone the influences of the various cultures, ethnic groups and religions present in the vast territory of the country, and has incorporated in itself many dishes belonging to various nationalities taking part before the Russian Empire, then the Soviet Union and finally the Russian Federation.

Taste of Spain: typical Spanish food you should try

Famous throughout the world for its traditional dishes, such as paella, gazpacho and Catalan cream, Spanish cuisine is able to boast a wide variety of raw materials, which have always been elaborated both in home cooking and in catering with great imagination, wisdom and competence. 

Taste of France: typical French food you should try

French cuisine is very well known internationally. Known in every corner of the world, for its history, the refinement of the preparations and the excellence of raw materials, it is no coincidence that in 2010 it was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage because it is a wonderful testimony of tradition and food culture of France.

Travel&Food in Japan: Medama or Tuna Eyes

In Japanese stores you will frequently find strange packages "observing" you with their big fish eyes. And in many bars, you can taste the tuna eyes already cooked, fried, stewed or lightly steamed.

Travel&Food: the Balut

The food in the Philippines can be almost traumatizing experience for Westerners. The word balut in Tagalog, means "wrapped" and refers to a boiled hen's or duck egg.

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