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These foods are commonly eaten during christmas in Slovak Cuisine.

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Potato pancakes are cooked in many different countries. There can be small variations in cooking techniques and/or spices used. Here is a list of potato pancakes in cuisines around the world.

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Most common food and dishes you find in the Czech Republic for breakfast.

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Shrovetide, also known as the Pre-Lenten Season, is the Christian period of preparation before the beginning of the liturgical season of Lent.

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Pilaf is a rice dish prepared in many countries. Pilaf is usually is cooked in stock or broth, spices, and other ingredients such as vegetables or meat are added.

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Sikkim is a state in India, near Nepal, Bhutan and China. The foods there are very different because of the fusion of the neighbouring country. Here is the list of dishes from Sikkim, India.

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The major activity of the Bashkir people was the seminomadic cattle breeding, and tribes followed the horse herds and sheep. This way of living provided the people with original culture, traditions, customs and peculiar national cuisine. The combination of meat and milk products with grain and flour products became the basics of Bashkir people’s cuisine. They also used …

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The cuisine of the Volga Tatars takes its origin from the cuisine of the Volga Bulgars, who once were nomads, but nearly 1500 years ago turned to agriculture and assimilated into local agricultural societies. Tatar cuisine was influenced by the surrounding peoples – Russians, Mari, Udmurts, and also peoples of Central Asia, especially Uzbeks. Dishes such as pilaw …