Traditional Easter Desserts In Europe

ITALY Colomba Pasquale (Easter Dove) Colomba Pasquale is traditional Easter bread in the shape of a dove. It is a simple treat made from dough mixed with candied peel then topped with sugar and almonds. The exact origin of the traditional bread varies, but each theory emphasizes that the dove shape symbolizes peace. THE NETHERLANDS […]

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The Best of Moroccan Cuisine

Mint tea Mint tea, the Moroccan drink of choice, is a sign of hospitality and friendship. It is served any time of day and after every meal. Prepared with green tea bags and spearmint leaves, mint tea is quit a refreshing drink. It is also heavily sweetened with sugar chipped off a fresh sugar cone. […]

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Greek Cuisine

Your three course Greek meal Tiropitas Tiropitas, pastries stuffed with a mixture of Greek cheeses, are a popular snack or appetizer. There are many cheese variations that can be made, but whatever is inside is simply delicious. Moussaka Moussaka is a savory casserole and perhaps one of the most famous Greek dishes. It is traditionally […]

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German Cuisine

When traveling to Germany these are four foods you cannot miss out on Wiener Schnitzel Wiener schnitzel, the national dish of Austria, is something you can’t leave Germany without trying. It is a very thin slice of pork, breaded, deep-fried then topped with lemon or a mushroom sauce…. simply delicious. Often served with a side […]

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Mangia

Tiramisu Literally meaning, “pick me up,” tiramisu is made with lady finger biscuits soaked in espresso, layered with a savory cream sauce and topped with cocoa. The two caffeinated ingredients, cocoa and espresso, are attributed with giving the dish its name. Italians have debated over the origin of this dessert for decades, but whatever the […]

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Dutch-tastic Foods

The 3 must try foods on your visit to The Netherlands  Poffertjes Small fluffy pancakes topped with powdered sugar and butter. Traditionally sold at outdoor markets or street venders in the fall or winter. The special shallow pan they are made in gives them an irresistible and perfectly puffy texture. Poffertjes can also be served with […]

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