Chiles en nogada, or stuffed peppers with walnut sauce (Mexico)

Tweet Mexico is one of the largest and most populous countries in the world, located south from the United States. It has a long history, especially known for housing the Aztec and Maya culture, but also many others. Of the 120 million inhabitants 10-15% identify as indigenous. Both the name Mexico and the names of […]

Malidzano, or eggplant dip with walnuts (Macedonia)

Tweet Macedonia is a small landlocked country located in the Balkan in Southern Europe. A former Yugoslavian state, it gained independence in 1991. Afterwards there have been some fierce quarrels with Greece, which also has a place called with the same name. Macedonia has plenty of beautiful nature scenery and famous Orthodox churches which also […]

Welsh rarebit, or warm “cheese” sandwich (Wales)

Tweet Wales is a country that belongs to the United Kingdom, on the west coast of Great Britain. It is a mountainous area and one of the wettest countries in Europe. About 20% of its three million inhabitants speak Welsh – which is also spoken in a small part of Argentina, thanks to Welsh settlers. […]

Gooda cheez (The Netherlands)

Tweet The Netherlands is a fairly small but densely populated country in Western Europe. It is often called Holland, even though technically Holland is just one part of it. Together with the neighbouring Belgium and Luxemburg the trio is often known as Benelux countries. The Netherlands has a high standard of living and has the […]

Smørrebrød, or sandwiches with vegan “leverpostej” and “Havarti” (Denmark)

Tweet I’ve been to Denmark multiple times, though it’s been over a decade since the last time. The last time I attended a family party. Instead of cake the centerpiece of the food table was some kind of a roast, served with red cabbage and I think some kind of potatoes. The Danes like to […]