The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 4

The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 4

The concluding part of our epic culinary journey across the states of the European Union visits Spain, Holland and Poland. Already we have seen some exceptional dishes from all over the EU, that defined the rich heritage of the member states that form the Union. We begin this particular tour in the Netherlands. Netherlands – Bitterballen The Dutch love their snacks and especially with a glass of beer. A common sight in many cafes and bars after...

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The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 3

The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 3

In part two of the best things to eat in the EU we concentrated on the fine cuisine of France and highlighted Steak Tartare as a triumph of cuisine. In this blog we travel to Greece and Germany among others to uncover some fantastic food from the states that make up the European Union. Germany – Kasespatzle Many of the Germanic states within the EU have strong influences from Italy in their cuisines, Germany is no different and the German love...

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The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 2

The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 2

Part one of the best things to eat in the EU looked at Halloumi cheese in Cyprus, beef stew in Belgium and a fried filo delight in Bulgaria. In this blog we look at great dishes from the Czech Republic, Denmark and Estonia among others. Czech Republic – Vepro-Knedlo-Zelo Outside Prague, the Czech Republic is mostly a rural society and their cuisine reflects it. One such rustic and simple dish is Vepro-knedlo-zelo which basically is a trio of...

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The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 1

The Best Things to Eat in the European Union – Part 1

The European Union is a collection of twenty-eight different nations spread all over the continent. Each member country has its own identity and culture and this very much includes their cuisine. If you consider the amazing differences between the locations of these states it is hardly surprising there is a massive change in food from country to country. From the Mediterranean cuisine of Spain, to the French and Italian Alps food, to the earthy...

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The Success of the European Union – Part 2

The Success of the European Union – Part 2

Part two into our exploration into the successes of the European Union looks at how it won a Nobel Peace Prize, also how it banished the death penalty and how a million-ton butter mountain suddenly appeared. In the previous blog of the successes of the European Union we looked at how the Union gave freedom to half a billion people and how it created one of the world’s biggest markets. The Nobel Peace Prize In 2012 the EU was honored by the...

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The Success of the European Union

The Success of the European Union

The European Union has always thrown up split opinions by people who like the idea and those that do not. The anti-EU lobby cite an abundance of red tape and a great deal of wasted money on bureaucracy and such like, but there is a considerable amount of people who applaud what the European Union stands for and what is has achieved. In this blog we focus on some of the successes that the EU has achieved since it was founded by the Treaty of...

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