When we think of Egypt we think of: The Pyramids, sphinx, pharaohs, hieroglyphics, mummies and ancient temples, to name a few. But when we think of Egyptian food, it’s not so well known. However, we’re here to enlightened you about the delicious foods that are readily available in Egypt and are extremely tasty to say the least! Like other countries, food is a large part of Egyptian culture, where you can find different varieties of the same food all over Egypt, north to south, with each region adding its own unique flavour or twist to recipe. Sounds tantalisingly tasty right?
Here are 6 tasty dishes you need to try in Egypt:
Put your hands up if you’re heading to Bansko ski resort this winter? Along with having an epic time skiing or snowboarding, you’ll also get the opportunity to feast on Bulgarian food! Win-win situation! Bulgarian cuisine is a demonstrative of the food of Eastern Europe. It shared physiognomies with other Balkans cuisines and due to the geographical factors, such as climatic conditions, Bulgarian cooking traditions are diverse. Prepare to eat until your heart’s content, because Bulgarian food is tasty, fresh and filling!
Here are 8 Foods You Must Try In Bulgaria:
Warning: Do not travel to Turkey on a diet! If you’re trying to cut carbs or get a beach bod in Turkey, you might want to forget it. Maybe you have the willpower to say no but for most; mouth-watering Turkish cuisine is hard to pass up on. Turkish cuisine is chiefly the continuance of Ottoman cuisine, which in turn used numerous elements and influences from other parts of the world such as Central Asia, Balkan and Caucasian cuisines. Not only are there mountains of Turkish delight and juicy kebabs but there’s so many other delicacies you must try!
Here are the top 11 foods to eat in Turkey:
Incredible India! We’re sure we’re all aware of Indian cuisine and how tasty it is. However, the Indian curries and snacks that you get on your local high streets perhaps vary a lot to the Indian curries and snacks in India. Indian food is extremely influenced by the climate, culture, traditions and geography, which means that each state of India has a cuisine that tastes different. Although there are truckloads of many types of food that is mouth-watering to us all, we present to you some culinary delights where you’ll be able to explore India through your taste buds.
Here are 10 foods you need to try in India:
Moroccan food is flavoursome, vivid and magnificent. The food of Morocco has influences from Africa, the Mediterranean and the Middle East, which is evident throughout the dishes in the present day and vary between regions. The cooking traditions of its Berber, Jewish, French and Arab people still exist nowadays adding to Morocco’s delicious mix of dishes. Moroccan cuisine is full of loads of flavour and without a doubt your mouth will be delightfully puzzled with the new food combinations you’ll embark on.
Here are 8 foods you must eat in Morocco:
Greek cuisine has a cooking tradition of around 4,000 years and is a major slice of the history and culture of Greece. Its tastes change with the time of year and its topography however, are always considered delicious!
Whether you’re after street food or fine dining, Greek food continuously has a vibrant array of flavours. We think that trying the local cuisine is one of the most important things about travel, and your stomach will be happy for it! Here are 10 must-eats in Greece.
The Aegean Sea borders between Greece and Turkey with countless islands, all filled with their unique histories and culture. If you have ever done a Turkey Tour along the Western coast or a Greek Islands tour, you have probably had the chance to taste the delicacies of this region. Even though positioned between two countries, the Aegean is a culture in its own, shared by both.
A few delicious Mezes to try
As the commonly known Turkish food lies somewhere far from the meze culture, it is more widely recognized as Greek food worldwide. Mezes are also common in different sorts, with less seafood, in the Middle-East. So, if you ever tried it anywhere, especially on a Greece or Turkey tour, the concept should not be brand new to you travelers.