Ouzo

Greece food
Ouzo, Greece’s most popular drink, is a clear, colorless, unsweetened anise-flavored distilled alcoholic drink. Ouzo is traditionally mixed with water, becoming cloudy white, and served with ice cubes in a glass.

Seafood

Guernsey Food
The best places to eat seafood in Europe include Guernsey. It is the most of one of the island’s best ingredients.

Baileys

Ireland food
I Love Baileys Irish Cream. It is an iconic blend of fresh cream and Irish Whiskey.

Ålandspannkaka

Aland Food
Ålandspannkaka, literally means “Åland’s pancake”, is a thick oven-baked pancake that includes either cardamon and semoria porridge in the dough. It is served with cream.

Whiskey

Ireland food
The traditional hard drink is whiskey (Whisky in UK, Whiskey in IR). Irish whiskey is one of the world’s great styles of whiskey. The color of the whisky when you see it in the bottle (and the glass) is a result of the good maturation process.

таратор

Bulgaria food
Bulgarians love yogurt, and Таратор (tarator) is the traditional Bulgarian cold cucumber soup made with yogurt, dill, and garlic creating a refreshing soup for warm summer days.

Μελιτζανοσαλάτα

Greece food
Μελιτζανοσαλάτα (Melitsanosalata) is a popular Greek dish of eggplant mashed and mixed with garlic, olive oil and lemon juice. It is one of the classic meze plates. It is healthy, delicious, and easy to make.

Ćevapčići

Bosnia&Herzegovina food
Ćevapčići is definitely the one that will be on the top of the national cuisine in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is an increasingly popular Balkan sausage made without casing. Ground beef, lamb, pork or any combination of those meats might be used. Spices such as cumin and pepper will enhance the flavor.

Natilla

Spain food
Natilla is custard-like dessert from Catalana, Spain. It is rich and creamy egg custard made without the crispy sugar topping.

бефстроганов (Beef Stroganoff)

Russia food
бефстроганов(Beef Stroganoff) was invented by a chef working for a Russian general, Count Pavel Stroganov, in the 1890s. It is a one of the Russian national dish which includes sautéed pieces of beef and served in a sauce with smetana or sour cream.

Пирожок (Pirozhok)

Russia food
Pirozhki(plural) or Pirozhok(singular) are individual-sized baked pastries stuffed with a variety of fillings. Common fillings include mashed potatoes, stewed cabbage, and browned ground beef.

Sarma

Bosnia&Herzegovina food
Salma has many varieties in Eastern Europe, but the one posted here is my experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It was simple cabbage rolls which are stuffed with ground meat, onion, and rice.

Kartoffelsalat

Germany food
German-Style Kartoffelsalat (potato salad) is perfect side dish for everything from bratwurst to hamburgers in Germany. This is special because it’s a vinegar-based and coarsely mashed.

Pralinen

Luxembourg food
Chocolate pralines are complex food products that contain a soft filling surrounded by a chocolate shell. Luxembourg produces such a delicious chocolates as well as Bergium.

Erdbeer

Luxembourg food
Erdbeer is the word for Strawberry in German (which is one of the official language in Luxenbourg). As this country is famed for its high quality, there are a wide variety of desserts including cakes, cookies, biscuits, gelatins, pastries, ice creams, pies and puddings. Various fruits are also commonly found in dessert courses.

Altbier

Germany food
The word “Alt” is the German word for old. Alt beers (Altbier in German) are dark colored and brewed from dark malts and well-hopped. It is neither Pilsner nor Lagers but Ales.

Burek

Slovenia food
Burek is a family of baked or fried filled pastries made of a thin flaky dough known as phyllo. It is very popular in the cuisines of former Yugoslavian republics. It comes in many shapes and sizes, and is typically filled with from meat(burek sirni) and cheese(burek mesni).