Fijian Cuisine

Fijian Cuisine

Everyone on vacation loves to try the local treats and Fijian cuisine is one that will excite your taste buds and your palate asking for more. You will enjoy all the various types of food in Fiji that are spread before you at the many restaurants whether they are local treats or international cuisine.

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French Meal and Customs

French Meal and Customs

Food is a subject of prime importance to every French person. It is not uncommon for suggestions for the day's menus to be discussed by family members at the breakfast table over a hot drink, breads, and preserves. Traditional French food recipes are treasured and the happy purchase of a young vegetable or a fine piece of meat will send the whole family into rapturous anticipation of the "special dish."

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French Guiana Food

French Guiana Food

The French Guiana food is a blend of different cuisines ranging from Indonesian to Chinese to Vietnamese to French to Spanish.

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Food in French Polynesia

Food in French Polynesia

French Polynesian food has become synonymous with fresh ingredients, exotic tropical fruits and vegetables and a variety of fish and sea food cooked in traditional Polynesian style with a bit of French style and flair thrown in for enhanced effect.

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Gabonese cuisine

Gabonese cuisine

Gabonese cuisine is the cooking traditions, practices, foods and dishes associated with Gabon, a sovereign state on the west coast of Central Africa. French cuisine is prevalent as a notable influence, and in larger cities various French specialties are available.

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Food in Gambia

Food in Gambia

Food in Gambia is made of commonly grown food such as groundnuts, vegetables, millet and cassava along with meat and fish.

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England Food

England Food

England is becoming one of the most gastronomically significant places in the world. Michelin-starred restaurants, many using good local and seasonal ingredients, are springing up not only in the capital, but across the country; from gastropubs in Yorkshire to fish restaurants in Cornwall. Of course, for every locally sourced partridge dish there is a plate of over-boiled vegetables and bland meat. However, with a little research, you can eat very well indeed.

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Food in Greece

Food in Greece

When writing about Greece it is traditional to start with the ancient days of Homer and his heroes, quickly jump through the vast periods of Roman and Turkish occupation, then concentrate on the current offerings in the tourist centres. Since our island of Paros has evidence of a Neolithic settlement (6000 2000 B.C.) and a Mycenaean outpost (1,500 B.C. which is before Homer) I will start even earlier. Neolithic is defined as the Stone age evolving into domesticating plants and animals.

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Guams National Cuisine

Guams National Cuisine

The cuisine of the island of Guam bears similarities to that of the Philippines, says rumgum. Both were occupied by Spain, so many dishes have a Spanish flavor, though of course there are Asian influences as well. Steamed rice is the main starch on the island; for example, red rice, cooked with achiote and onions, is a common fiesta food.

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Food in Guinea

Food in Guinea

Local cuisine is made of staples such as cassava, yam and maize. Hot maize soup is is one of the local specialties and are served from calabashes. International cuisine is available only in the restaurants in capital city, Conakry. Jollof rice, stuffed chicken with chips, delicious fish dishes and French pastries are some of the goodies on the menu in the major cities.

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