Bryndzové halušky – Dumpling with sheep cheese

Jun
08

Halušky are what really defines Slovak cuisine. The name is typically translated to English as potato dumplings, but this is not quite right. Halušky are just that, halušky (pronounced halushky).

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Irish Stew

Jun
02

Irish Stew is Ireland’s National Dish. Traditionally made from mutton, the recipe was recognised as early as the 1800’s .

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Smoked fish with potato cake, black pudding, leeks and a poached egg.

Jun
02

Clonakilty Black Puddding dates from about 1800 when a lady called Johanna O’Brien started to make the pudding in her house and to supply it to local butchers in Clonakilty in Co.Cork.Made from pig

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“Tinginys” Lazy Pudding!

Jun
02

Tinginys is a popular dessert in Lithuania. The dish is typically prepared with biscuits or crackers, cocoa, butter, sugar and solidified milk.

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Cepelinai (Zeppelins)

Jun
02

Although similar dishes under different names are traditionally made in Belarus, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Ukraine, Germany and even Canada (it’s called Poutine râpée there), and some theories even

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Šaltibarščiai (cold beetroot soup)

Jun
02

Šaltibarščiai is a traditional Eastern European (Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, Russian and Belarussian) cold soup prepared from beetroot and kefir.

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Milk and Fruit Custard

Apr
23

This recipe originated from a very typical Portuguese recipe “Leite creme”.

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Grilled Salted Cod with Olive Oil/Bacalhau à Lagareiro

Apr
23

This is a classic dish from the centre of Portugal (Beiras region) – Bacalhau à Lagareiro.

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Cypriot Fruit Salad

Apr
22

Fruit salad is a rather new addition to the local gastronomy, and some of the fruits used are recent imports such as kiwi and pineapple.

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