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Title: Cuisine


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European Cuisine Differences
European cuisine, or alternatively Western
cuisine, is a generalized term collectively
referring to the cuisines of Europe and other
Western countries, including (depending on the
definition) that of Russia, as well as
non-indigenous cuisines of Australasia, Latin
America, North America, and Oceania, which derive
substantial influence from European settlers in
those regions. The term is used by East Asians to
contrast with Asian styles of cooking. (This is
analogous to Westerners' referring collectively
to the cuisines of East Asian countries as Asian
cuisine.) When used by Westerners, the term may
sometimes refer more specifically to cuisine in
Europe in this context, a synonym is Continental
cuisine, especially in British English.
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Western European Cuisine
Australasia
Russian
North America
Latin America
Oceania
North America
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Western European Cuisine
Belgian
French
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Western European Cuisine
Luxembourg
Dutch
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Western European Cuisine
The cuisines of Western countries are diverse by
themselves, although there are common
characteristics that distinguish Western cooking
from cuisines of Asian countries and others.
Compared with traditional cooking of Asian
countries, for example, meat is more prominent
and substantial in serving-size. Steak and cutlet
in particular are common dishes across the West.
Western cuisines also put substantial emphasis on
grape wine and on sauces as condiments,
seasonings, or accompaniments.
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Western European Cuisine
A big part in western cuisine, expect meat and
wine, takes corn meals such as Italian pasta,
pizza, French bread and from drinks beer.Also
salads (cold dishes with uncooked or cooked
vegetables with sauce) are an integral part of
European cuisine.
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Central European Cuisine
Czech cuisine
Austrian cuisine
Hungarian cuisine
German cuisine
Swiss cuisine
Polish cuisine
Slovenian cuisine
Slovak cuisine
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Eastern European Cuisine
Austrian
German
Swiss
Czech
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Eastern European Cuisine
Slovakian
Hungarian
Polish
Slovenian
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COFFEE BREAK
Even coffee differs in Europe countries. Most
famous coffees are Arabic coffee, Americano,
Espresso, Latte and Macchiato.
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Eastern European Cuisine
Eastern European cuisine is a generic term for
the cuisine of Eastern Europe, including the
Caucasus, but excluding most Balkan
countries. The cuisine of the region is strongly
influenced by its climate and still varies,
depending on a country. For example, Belarusian,
Polish, Russian and Ukrainian cuisine show many
similarities, yet differ considerably from
Caucasian cuisine.
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Eastern European Cuisine
Russian cuisine
Armenian cuisine
Mordavian cuisine
Belarusian cuisine
Tatar cuisine
Georgian cuisine
Moldovan cuisine
Ukrainian cuisine
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Eastern European Cuisine
Armenian
Russian
Ukrainian
Belarusian
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Eastern European Cuisine
Georgian
Moldovan
Tatar
Mordavian
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