Croatians are very proud of their traditions especially when it comes to their cuisine. Most of their food and drink traditions were of foreign influences, particularly Italian, Austrian, Hungarian and Turkish food. Croatian cuisine is very diverse. Aside form the nice places we can see there, their food is also to die for.
Finland might not quite have gained worldwide acclaim for its culinary delights just yet but over the last decade a quiet food revolution has been taking place in this north eastern corner of Europe.A new generation of chefs has been stirring things up, opening restaurants and making excellent use of local produce.
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."
As San Marino is a microstate completely landlocked by Italy, Sammarinese cuisine is strongly similar to the Italian cuisine, especially that of the adjoining Emilia-Romagna and Marche regions. However, although partly based on a typical Mediterranean diet, it also draws on a richer eclectic cuisine and has a number of its own unique dishes and products.