Corn fritters (Australia)

Tweet Considering its relatively small population (23 million), Australia is a very well-known country, perhaps because it is English-speaking, perhaps because of the perceived exotic side, with kangaroos, koalas etc. Then again, it is the sixth largest country in the world by total area, which besides the Australian continent includes the island of Tasmania and […]

Maakouda, or roasted eggplant “frittata” (Tunisia)

Tweet Tunisia is a relatively small Arab country in North Africa – much smaller than its neighbours Libya and Algeria, which are quite huge. Its history dates back to about 4000 BCE. Later it became a part of the Roman empire. Soon after the birth of Islam the region was conquered by Arab Muslims who […]

Khagina, or spicy scrambled “eggs” with tomatoes and onion (Pakistan)

Tweet With almost 180 million inhabitans Pakistan is one of the most populous countries of the world. Considering that fairly little is known about it in the west, save for its nuclear weapons and it being a neighbour of India. Disputes over some areas have led to wars between India and Pakistan. There have been […]