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Top 20 Most Popular Greek Cheeses

Whether served in a salad, used in a main course, simply served as a meze with wine, or used as an ingredient in desserts, cheese is an essential part of Greek cuisine. In addition to its use in modern times, there is ample evidence to suggest that cheese was a …

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Seychellois Cuisine – Best 20 Foods of Seychelles

The Seychelles is an island nation on the east coast of Africa, consisting of an archipelago of 118 islands stretching over 459 square kilometers of sea. The Seychelles are best known for its beautiful beaches, clear blue seas and skies, the world’s largest nut and the Aldabra Atoll. The main …

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Top 20 Mexican Christmas Dishes

Christmas food in Mexico is the result of cultural syncretism and diversity. Let’s tell you about the beginning and the best seasonal dishes to celebrate. Facts about Christmas history in Mexico The holiday season in Mexico peaks on Christmas Day, which is celebrated on December 25, and like all national …

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Top 20 Most Popular Afghan Dishes

Located in Central Asia, Afghanistan was a land of powerful warriors who presided over the country. Although these legends disappeared over time, they left their culture behind. The exquisite cuisine of these heroes is still an integral part of the country and is appreciated all over the world. People from …

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Top 20 Most Popular Lithuanian Foods and Dishes

Lithuania’s traditional food has much in common with Northern European countries and shares similar basic ingredients such as potatoes, beets, vegetables, rye and mushrooms and culinary traditions such as pickling, for preserving food for the winter. Some dairy dishes are also very popular. Due to the rather harsh climate, Lithuanians …

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10 creative ways to use nitrous oxide in the kitchen

You may have heard of nitrous oxide before… It is known as nitrous oxide and is most commonly used in dental offices and doctor’s offices as a tool to control minor pain. However, this material is also highly effective (and completely safe!) at aerating liquids and purees, making even the …

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Waterzooi – Chef’s Pencil

Part This is an incredibly tasty Flemish classic. It is often connected to the city of Ghent, so people often refer to it as Ghent waterzooi. It is a kind of stew, but a clear one. Depending on the region, it’s made with chicken or fish, although the larger restaurants …

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Stoemp and meat – Chef’s Pencil

Part Stoemp is Belgian for mashed potatoes, but there is more. Other vegetables are mashed into the potatoes which is a great way to feed your kids their three a day. Very often you can find carrots, cabbage or peas. It is very popular to combine stoemp with meatballs, or …

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Russian Borscht – Chef’s Pencil

Part While some may argue that this dish is Ukrainian, it has also become a staple soup in Russian cuisine. The main ingredient of this soup is beetroot, a vegetable that gives the dish its vibrant color. Other ingredients are usually cabbage, potato, onion, carrot and tomato paste, to give …

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Nanaimo Bars Recipe – Chef’s Pencil

Part Perhaps the most famous of Canadian desserts, this no-bake treat is named after the British Columbia city where it originated. Made simply from a coconut-graham cracker-nut crust, custard filling and chocolate ganache topping, its gooey sweetness is world-renowned. It’s a perfect combination! I love a good no bake recipe …

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