Think of Greece and what comes to mind first is usually blue seas, luminous skies, little white houses and very old ruins. That’s fine as Greek cooking cannot be understood without its Mediterranean influence or its ancient roots.
Food in North Dakota is meat, potatoes and milk to drink.
Japanese food and cooking evolved influenced mostly by the particular geography the country has. Meat does not make a large contribution to the culinary history; fish, seaweed, rice, and soy do.
Nebraska is home to a thriving beer, wine, and spirits industry.
Nebraska's cuisine is made up of a diverse range of dishes, each with its unique flavor and history.
When people settled in the new North American territories, they took with them everything familiar. Those coming from the wine region in Europe, carried grape vines with them, these vines took hols and so the story of wine in U.S.A. began.
With many interesting ingredients and the best of Old World cuisine incorporated to the local ways, no wonder food in America is mouthwatering. Have you discovered tacos, soul food or Alaskan salmon? Be adventurous and try.
A whole new world and many new wines based in the traditions of Old World wine.
Discover the flavors of Algerian cuisine with this overview of traditional dishes like couscous and tagines.