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Monday, 30 October 2017

Mouth-Watering European Cuisines To Try Out.

Europe is indeed home to some of the tastiest food in the world. Excite your taste buds and widen your ‘culinary horizon’ with some of these delicious European cuisines.




Currywurst

This is one of the most popular fast food versions of sausage in Germany. This delicious meal can be bought with or without the skin of the sausage; if you want it with skin you order ‘mit darm’ and if you want it without ‘ohne darm’. The meal is usually served with ketchup and curry powder sprinkled on top, and it is best eaten with fries and a cola.



Pizza


This is well-known mouthwatering cuisine is popularly associated with the country of Italy. If you’ve never tried Italian pizza then you absolutely need to, especially the ones served in Naples. Be sure to get try their Gelato (Italian ice cream) alongside the pizza, it will indeed be a culinary experience too memorable for your taste buds to ever forget.



Goulash


This Hungarian dish consists of thickened stew (or sometimes soup) with meat and vegetables, seasoned with paprika. It’s a simple and sumptuous meal that has been eaten by Hungarians for centuries. It’s best served in a bread bowl with chilled beer.

We spell it as GULASCH here and it is eaten with anything,rice,potatoes..anything!!!



Crepe


This is a type of thin pastry popularly eaten by the French. It is typically made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour. Wheat batter is made and fried for a few seconds, then savoury fillings are added to it as desired before it is served either hot or warm as part of breakfast or dessert. It’s quite easy to prepare and is incredibly tasty.

It is spelt Crepes i think---really yummy!




Palacinky

These are pancakes from Czech Republic that bear some semblance to the French ‘Crepe’. It is often served as desert, and is popularly filled with fruit jam and served rolled up. Palancinky can of course be enjoyed with any of Czech Republic’s varieties of pilsner beers.



Banitsa


This Bulgarian cuisine is a mixture of eggs, Bulgarian feta cheese and filo pastry baked in an oven. It can served hot or cold and is typically eaten as breakfast, but it can really be eaten anytime of the day. There are a lot of special bakeries dedicated to making ‘Banista’ throughout Bulgaria as it’s a popular meal of choice in the country.

by Damilola Ojo



*Nigerian food no dey too Hungry me again after so many years abroad,I have learnt to adjust and make do with all these yummy meals which might piss off a first time traveller...
Do you have any food stories?I thought this might be interesting cos i know what i suffered food wise before i adjusted.


30 comments:

  1. Yummy! Kai Bella you like food sha...

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  2. lovely food.

    Let me go local jare. Nothing pass our Edikan Ikong and foo foo

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    1. Yori Yori, God bless you. Nothing pass Am oh. Even Ekpang kukwo(Don't know if I spelt well)... In fact right now I'd kill to have Editan and Fufu... Imaobong you are Missed. ❤️

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    2. Gbamest @edikan ikong and ekpangkukwo 😎 you garrit πŸ‘Œ @Rowland

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  3. Pizza in Italy is the bomb + 1. You'd never eat pizza Hut or dominos

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  4. Stella,as I will be traveling soon.Na to use big cooler store my akpu,cow leg and my oha soup..

    No time to dey eat all these parrot flower food.Biko!

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    1. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜….....
      Kolo boy.......


      chim-oma a.k.a Miss Kapusu

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  5. Lemme be managing my fufu & uha soup for now biko

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    1. I dey tell you πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚even here in 9ja i no dey like chop all dem international mede-mede.

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  6. This one wey resemble something wey no go belle full person..........

    I can chop all on that table and will still be hungry.

    I waka pass abeg..

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  7. That table looks like a garden. Let me just continue eating local

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  8. All yummy.
    Vietnamese food is my weakness. Their catfish is done spicy, sweet and salty. Really lush
    Also love sushi. Love Chinese dumplings also...
    Jamaican jerk chicken and their braised oxtail is also the bomb.
    English bubble and squeak is yummy while Morrocan tangines are to die for .....I could go on and on.....

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    1. Dammy is that you?!

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    2. Ewwwww I literally throw up every time Vietnamese colleague warms up her lunch. Goodness!

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    3. Which of the Dammy please ?

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    4. Is the Dammy male or female living in London ? πŸ˜‚

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  9. Comments here are something else. Chei!


    chim-omaa.k.a Miss Kapusu

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  10. Italian pizza,spanish totilla,paella is the koko

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  11. hahahahaha you this rowland. who is imaobong chai

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    1. See what you've done now. Your asking made a brother man start swallowing hard spit. Imaobong is the best cook ever. Infact my colleague once told me e be like Imaobong give me Kobnomi(don't know if I spelt right).... Lol

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  12. I thought spaghetti was the same everywhere. The spaghetti we ordered was totally not it.

    I don't understand their spices. Vomit inducing something

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    1. anonymous to bahd30 October 2017 at 20:36

      You've eaten too much roasted corn and cold pure water, lol! There are hundreds of spaghetti meals, just say meaty with vegetables or else you'll puke. Oyinbo too like palaver. Also you can ask for thin or thick spagg

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  13. Sunday roast with stuffing, marched potato, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.
    Jacket potato with a lot of cheese and baked beans( very unhealthy but I like it)
    Chilli con carne and rice
    Domino pizza

    I still like my Naija soup ( Ora and Nsala soup) and can get the ingredients it from Afro shops.

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  14. Ogbolo soup with semo no join. Abegi this kind food they purge belle..

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  15. Nice one Dami! πŸ‘Œ

    Well, I love love love crepes. I think that's the only thing I've tried on that list. Pizza issa regular. Gelatos are here in Nigeria too sha. Will try remember the restaurant name.
    Stella I think it's an admirable attribute, that you adjusted to foreign food. Some people never really do. I'm the type of person that likes to try local food wherever I go.
    One thing i cant forget is the way they dash you baguette in France. Before you say jack robinson, warm baguette don land with butter. By the time food comes you're already filled with baguette and wine. Remember sleeping over in serris cos we wanted to shop an the outlet mall (things you do when shopping on a budget πŸ˜‚), anyway as we entered one of the restaurants we didn't even sit down baguette don land. Before they even asked us if we are ordering anything. The way we pounced on the baguette ehn they had to give us extra. After walking in that mall the whole day and carrying heavy bags, babes were starving. The waiter was just laughing. I'm sure they would have thought we were some semi-refugees.

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    1. anonymous to bahd30 October 2017 at 21:31

      Isn't gelato ice-cream?

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    2. Yes its ice cube

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  16. Too much stories to tell.i had no choice than to start eating oyinbo food o as african shops in germany na gbese.
    So,i have been having a clash with one of my flat mate that keep complaining of my okporoko.i tire sotey,i only cook in d midnight.d day my locust beans land ehen!!!

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  17. Oh yea I love Goulash!! enjoy watching my husband or his mom cooking Goulash..

    I can't wait to visit her jare...πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️

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