Quiche Lorraine


The Quiche is a round and flat savory pastry with a filling made from eggs, milk and a variety of vegetables and meats. The pie-like specialty originated in the Lorraine region of France. The...



Pastis is a spirit made from anise which originated in France and is especially popular in the south of the country. Originally the basic ingredient was local anise from France, whereas today, mostly star...

German Leberknödel with Sauerkraut and mashed potatoes


Leberknödel are German dumplings made from beef or pork liver. The traditional specialty is mainly eaten in the regions of Palatinate, Bavaria and Swabia in the south of Germany. Apart from that, certain variations...

Queijo Coalho, Brazilian Street Food

Queijo Coalho

Queijo Coalho or queijo-de-coalho – literally ‘rennet cheese’ – is a firm but very lightweight cheese that is common in Northeastern Brazil. The cheese has an almost ‘squeaky’ texture when one bites into it....



Germknödel are a sweet delicacy from Bavaria and Austria. These fluffy dumplings are made from yeast dough and are filled with a spicy plum jam. They are usually topped with poppy seeds and sugar...

Tortilla de Patatas


The Tortilla is a typical Spanish omelet made from eggs, potatoes and onions but can be found in many variations with different ingredients such as vegetables, fish or meat. Since the Tortilla is common...

Yorkshire Pudding with sunday lunch

Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Pudding is a popular pastry which is served in the English cuisine as an accompaniment to steak, roast beef and other roast meats. It is a staple in traditional British Sunday lunch. Although...



Federweißer, also known as “Neuer Wein” (new wine), is an alcoholic drink made from fermented pressed grape juice and is common in the wine regions of Germany. The name is German and is composed...



Balut is a boiled fertilized duck or chicken egg that is eaten as a traditional delicacy in the Philippines. While Balut can sometimes be found in other countries such as Vietnam, China or even...

Fête Du Citron

Fête du Citron

The Fête du Citron (Lemon Festival) is a traditional festive event which is held every year at the end of winter in Menton in the south of France. Each year, over 200,000 tourists visit...



The Daiquiri is a classic rum-based cocktail  and one of Cuba‘s national drinks. The short drink belongs to the large group of Sours and was named after the small Cuban mining town Daiquirí which...



Schorle is a very refreshing and extremely popular beverage in Germany. The distinct characteristic of Schorle is that it is a mixture of usually two drinks whereas one ingredient is always carbonated water or...

Tinikling dance


The Tinikling is the official national dance of the Philippines and one of the oldest dances in the archipelago. It is characterized by the movements of one or more dancers between two bamboo poles...



Macarons are French meringues made from almond flour, whose origin dates back to the Middle Ages. In France, many variants of traditional macarons are baked of which the colorful macaron made from two cookie...

Noche De Rabanos in Oaxaca, Mexico

Noche de Rábanos

Noche de Rábanos (Night of the Radishes) is an annual contest that takes place on the day of the Christmas Market (December 23) in the City of Oaxaca, Mexico. On this day, people create...

Sriracha sauce


Sriracha is a spicy chili sauce named after the coastal town of Si Racha in eastern Thailand where it was first produced and served in local fish restaurants. Sriracha (Thai pronunciation: See-rah-chuh) is typically...

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