Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnamese cuisine features a combination of the five fundamental tastes, i.e. spicy, sour, bitter, salty, and sweet (corresponding to the “five … More

Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge. Traditional Thai cuisine falls into four … More

Swiss Cuisine

Although Swiss cuisine has been influenced by French, German, and Northern Italian cuisines, being that Switzerland historically has been primarily an agricultural country, many traditional Swiss … More

Swedish Cuisine

Due to Sweden’s large expanse, Swedish cuisine varies between the North and South. Historically, in the far north where Sami culture … More

Spanish Cuisine

Spanish cuisine is important historically since Spain was the bridge for the Columbian Exchange between the rest of Europe and the … More

South African Cuisine

South African cuisine reflects the range of culinary traditions embodied by the various communities that inhabit the country, such as the … More

Singaporean Cuisine

Singaporean cuisine derived from a number of ethnic groups, including Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, English, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Thai. In Singapore, food is viewed as crucial to its national … More

Polish Cuisine

Polish cuisine has evolved over the centuries to become very eclectic due to its history, sharing many similarities with neighboring German (and Ashkenazi Jewish) culinary traditions. … More

Oceanic Cuisine

Oceanic cuisine, which includes the cuisines found in Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, and from many other islands or island groups throughout Oceania (such … More

Nepalese Cuisine

Nepalese cuisine is a type of Himalayan cuisine, which also encompasses the food traditions of Bhutan, Tibet, and Northern India (particularly … More

Mexican Cuisine

Mexican cuisine has roots in Mesoamerican cuisine, which began with early agricultural communities such as the Maya, who domesticated maize (corn). Successive waves included the  Olmec, Teotihuacanos, Toltec, Huastec, Zapotec, Mixtec, Otomi, Purépecha, Totonac, Mazatec,  … More

Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese cuisine includes an abundance of whole grains, fruits & vegetables, fresh fish and other seafood, as well as some poultry, lamb, and goat meat. Staples include garlic, olive oil, lemon … More

Korean Cuisine

Originating from ancient agricultural and nomadic traditions, Korean cuisine has evolved through centuries of social and political change, reflecting a complex interaction of … More

Jamaican Cuisine

Jamaican cuisine, like Caribbean cuisine in general, includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavors, and spices influenced by the Amerindian, African, Irish, English, French, Portuguese,  Spanish, Indian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern peoples who … More

Israeli Cuisine

Israeli cuisine, which is comprised of both local dishes and those brought to Israel by Jews from the Diaspora, is basically a fusion … More

Irish Cuisine

Irish cuisine has evolved from centuries of social and political change, as well as from mixing with  British and other European cultures. … More

Indian Cuisine

Indian cuisine consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines which vary due to the diversity in soil, climate, ethnic … More

Greek Cuisine

Greek cuisine, as with many other Mediterranean cuisines, it is founded on a triad of wheat, olive oil (which is used in most … More

German Cuisine

German cuisine is made up of many different regional cuisines, such as Bavarian, Thuringian, and Lower Saxon. However, it also shares many traditions with … More

French Cuisine

Historically, French cuisine has been influenced by France’s many surrounding cultures, namely, those of Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium. However, … More

East African Cuisine

East African cuisine varies from area to area. For example, in the inland savannah region, the traditional cuisine of cattle-keeping peoples … More

Dutch Cuisine

Dutch cuisine is shaped by The Netherlands’ location within the fertile North Sea river delta of the  European Plain, giving rise to fishing, crop farming, … More

British Cuisine

As a whole, British cuisine, whose distinctive national varieties take the form of English,  Scottish, Welsh, and Northern Irish cuisine, has been heavily influenced … More

Brazilian Cuisine

Brazilian cuisine is characterized by a mix of European, Amerindian, African, and (most recently) Japanese influences. However, given the country’s mix of native and immigrant populations … More

American Cuisine

Primarily of Western origin, American cuisine has been significantly influenced by many other cultures and traditions, including native American Indians, … More

Afghan Cuisine

Afghan cuisine is largely based on the country’s main crops, such as wheat, maize, barley, and rice. Accompanying these staple grains are native fruits, … More