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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)

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I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mochi

In Japan, food plays an important role when it comes to celebrating the New Year. People eat a selection of traditional dishes, each of...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Roccocò

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Roccocò

Roccocò can be considered as the hardest and the most durable cake among all the Neapolitans Christmas cookies: it is a crunching rock monolith...
Gingerbread for Christmas time

I-ATE: Pierniki, Lebkuchen and some Christmas Gingerbread to celebrate the festive...

Christmas is almost here! This is why we cannot miss this opportunity to present a couple of I-ATE's sweet proposals today. We want to...

IATE Term of the week: Christmas cracker

The Victorian invention of the Christmas cracker Christmas crackers have been a part of British Christmas tradition, decorating the individual place settings at dinner tables,...
Pandoro

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Pandoro

Pandoro Christmas is just around the corner and, when it comes to Italy, food is surely one of the main protagonists of the festivities! Among...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week_ Drinks for Christmas Time

I-ATE Food Terms of the Week: Glühwein, Grzaniec, Glögg

During Christmas time, we can enjoy many culinary treats prepared specifically for this period. It is the case of some particular dishes and beverages,...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week:The Neapolitan Torrone

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: The Neapolitan Torrone

‘O murticiell: the Neapolitan Torrone Every year in the days before the 2nd of November the city of Naples, in Italy, teems with stalls selling...
I-ATE Food Term: Paris-Brest

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Paris-Brest

There are two things the French are undoubtedly world-class at: bicycle races, and pastries. The Paris-Brest is a century old delicacy that happens to...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mayonnaise

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mayonnaise

Ketchup’s eternal rival: adored by some and despised by others. As its “darker” twin, mayonnaise goes perfectly with French fries, sandwiches and burgers, but...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Schiz

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Schiz

Schiz is a typical cheese from the Italian province of Belluno. It is usually served with polenta* in the traditional dish Polenta e Schiz,...