A Guide To Australian Christmas Foods

Although Christmas in Australia shares in British and American similarities and traditions, the warmer weather makes the festive season down under a unique experience, and when it comes to Christmas cuisine, Australia has put its own spin on classic European recipes such as the pudding and mince pies. Whether you enjoy Christmas lunch on the […]

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Six Unique Traditions That Austrians Love To Love

The International Institute for Market and Social Analysis (IMAS) published results of a survey that shows many Austrians see traditions as very important. The study concluded that nine out of ten Austrians think that protecting Austrian traditions and keeping them alive is vital. Furthermore, more than half believe that it is very important that traditions […]

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7 Dutch Traditions for Travellers to the Netherlands

Mention you’re travelling to the Netherlands and people will usually respond with: ‘Oh, yeah, Amsterdam’. Travellers might also know Kinderdijk, Giethoorn and Zaanse Schans – but that’s about it. Clogs and cheese: This is how most people experience The Netherlands. But if you ask a local what’s typically Dutch to them, they’ll have a very […]

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8 “Strange” Foods Of Portuguese Cuisine

Firstly it is worth mentioning that when we say “strange” dishes of Portuguese cuisine we refer to a more literal sense of the word, in that strange means unfamiliar or different, considering the habits of other people in the world. Moreover, the fact of not being familiar to some cultures does not mean they are […]

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