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Since 2016, TermCoord publishes every Saturday a post on food terminology presenting the similarities and differences of gastronomic culture between and in different countries. We invite “foodies” from all over the world to contribute with their posts. (Mail to dgtrad.termcoord@ep.europa.eu)

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Cotton Candy

Blue, green or pink, this sweet treat creates a festive mood for those who decide to try it at least once. The topic of...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is a traditional dessert in many countries around the world, hence this creamy, sweet and comforting dish is likely to be part...

I-ATE Food Term of the week: Panuozzo di Gragnano

Located South of Mount Vesuvius and a short drive from the Amalfi coast, the hilltop town of Gragnano is famous not only for being...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Quiche Lorraine

Recently, you have discovered Tarte Tatin and Boucheé à la Reine in our latest articles, and today there is another occasion to admire the French cuisine by looking...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Neapolitan Taralli

Taralli (in the local dialect “taralli ‘nzogna e pepe”) are very popular in Naples. They are hard savoury doughnuts made of ‘nzogna (lard), pepper...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Bánh mì

This week’s I-ATE food term is about the Vietnamese national sandwich bánh mì. Bánh mì is a Vietnamese sandwich, consisting of an elongated bread...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Tarte Tatin

The Tarte Tatin is a traditional French tart made with apples caramelised in butter and sugar. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it...

I-ATE Food Term of The Week: European Easter Dishes

Easter season is already here, which means that the colourful eggs and the delicious chocolate bunnies are back. Easter is the biggest Christian holiday...

I-ATE Food Term of The Week: Zeppole di San Giuseppe

Whether they be baked or fried, filled with custard or whipped cream, topped with cherries in syrup or chocolate sprinkles, the Neapolitan zeppole di San...

I-ATE Food Term of The Week: Sachertorte

Vienna’s squares, avenues and tiny streets, lined with luxurious restaurants and humble coffee houses, are the Eden for sweet lovers. The tempting flavours of cinnamon, chocolate,...
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