Jordanian Cuisine

Jordanian Cuisine

Arabic cuisine delights the gourmet, and feasting is a preoccupation not only of Jordan, but of the Middle East as a whole.

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Traditional dishes in Kazakhstan

Traditional dishes in Kazakhstan

Kazakh national cuisine reflects the nature of its people, its history, customs and traditions. Since old times hospitality has been the most distinctive feature of the Kazakh people. A guest is always given a special welcome and offered the place of honor.

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Kenya cuisine

Kenya cuisine

Since Kenya had a long-standing relationship with foreign settlers and its colonization by the British, cooking and presentation of Kenyan foods have been greatly influenced by the Indians, Pakistanis, Arabs, and Europeans. Also before Kenya became an independent nation in the 1960s, tribes and communities lived and migrated around the entire eastern African region. For that reason, some recipes are common also to Uganda and Tanzania.

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Kiribati Food

Kiribati Food

Restaurants are few in number and are situated mainly in the larger towns.

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Kuwaiti cuisine

Kuwaiti cuisine

Kuwaiti cuisine is very important to the culture of Kuwait. A very significant part of the Kuwaiti diet is fish and other seafood, the main fish eaten by Kuwaitis is the Zobaidi.

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Kyrgyzstan Food and Drink

Kyrgyzstan Food and Drink

Kyrgyz food reflects its location and history, with its main influences drawn from the necessities of a nomadic life in a relatively harsh climate.

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Laos Food

Laos Food

Lao food is distinct from other Asia cuisines, although it is somewhat similar to the food found in the northeastern part of Thailand in the area known as Isan.

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Latvia - Cooking and Food

Latvia - Cooking and Food

A long time ago, Latvia was ruled by great powers like Germany, Russia, Poland, or Sweden. As a consequence, it would be no surprise to find out that Latvian cuisine consists of potatoes, Pork, and sour kraut served with a generous sprinkling of dill.

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Lebanese cuisine

Lebanese cuisine

Lebanese cuisine includes an abundance of starches, whole grain, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat. When red meat is eaten it is usually lamb on the coast, and goat meat in the mountain regions. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil, often seasoned by lemon juice.; olive oil, herbs, garlic and lemon are typical flavors found in the Lebanese diet.

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Cuisine of Lesotho

Cuisine of Lesotho

Basotho(people of Lesotho) cuisine features African traditions and British influence. Lesotho is surrounded by South Africa and it shares culinary practices with its neighbor. Lesotho's food culture features potato, seafood, rice and vegetables.

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