Where to eat in Innsbruck
Innsbruck, located at the foot of the Austrian Alps, as if created for a perfect holiday. And, of course, it is great for exploring the original and delicious Tyrolean cuisine.…

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What the Japanese eat every day: for breakfast, lunch and dinner
The Japanese people, in general, have a unique quality: they can get enough of their eyes, due to the fact that they prefer aesthetic saturation to physiological. The circumstances of…

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The most popular fast food in the world.
Fast food has long been an integral part of our lives. And although scientists warn of the harm caused by street food to health, few are willing to give it…

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The most popular fast food in the world.

Fast food has long been an integral part of our lives. And although scientists warn of the harm caused by street food to health, few are willing to give it up.

Quick snacks are convenient and tasty and have already earned recognition in the field of gastronomic tourism. You simply must try these 10 popular dishes while traveling around the world.
Hamburgers in America
The United States is rightfully considered the birthplace of fast food. It was they who gave the world delicious buns with a patty, which won great love of people of different nationalities. Today, there are dozens of variations of cooking hamburgers: with cheese, eggs, vegetables, herbs and many sauces. Continue reading

The types of Italian pasta you can try on a trip around the country

Pasta is an incredibly popular food that can be considered the gastronomic symbol of Italy. What happens, how to choose her? Where in Rome to try real Italian pasta? You will find answers to all these questions in our article.

Why in Italy is pasta called pasta? Translated from Italian, pasta means “dough”, but this name also “stuck” to products from it, which have different shapes.
For classic Italian pasta, they take water and durum wheat flour. For other species, eggs, starch, rice, buckwheat, or other cereal flour may also be used. Continue reading

Coffee in Belgium: prices, brands, the best coffee shops in Brussels and Antwerp

Coffee along with chocolate is the real passion of the Belgians. Every year, the country imports about 40 thousand tons of coffee beans from Kenya, Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico.

History and traditions of Belgian coffee
While still a colonial power, Belgium owned coffee plantations in Rwanda and the Congo. Subsequently, having lost them and not being a producer of raw materials, the country began to develop coffee-roasting production and reached the highest skill in it. So talented professionals work in Belgian factories that the robusta or Arabica blends created by them drive crazy even those who are indifferent to coffee.

The most famous Belgian coffee brands include Cordesa, Miko, Onur. But perhaps the most Continue reading

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The cost of food in Barcelona
Barcelona is one of the most worthwhile places when it comes to food and wine. Few cities in the world can compete with the capital of Catalonia in the number…

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Austrian cheese
Austrian cheese along with strudel and schnitzel has gained gourmet recognition throughout the world. The traditions of its production are rooted in the past and are based on old recipes.…

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Delicious Indian Biriani Dish
Some chefs believe that the taste of pilaf is largely dependent on spices. I hope my readers are already convinced that this is not so. But there is a country…

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Where to eat tasty and cheap in Bruges: the best cafes and restaurants for tourists
One of the most picturesque European cities is known to tourists not only for beautiful landscapes or ancient mills and canals, but also for delicious Belgian cuisine. The city has…

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