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Travelling throughout Europe is one of the most awe-inspiring experiences. Rich in culture, languages and, most importantly food!

European food is some of the most delicious, unique, interesting and tasty in the world, but there are also some very weird and unusual recipes to try from Europe too. Discover a world of amazing traditional European recipes and foods!

Uncover delicacies that they eat in Europe and traditional European meals that you may (or may not) want to try next time you visit the continent. Here is a collection of travel and foodie tales from all around Europe.

Romanian Food: 10 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Romania

Romania is the largest of the Balkan countries, with a coastline on the Black Sea and Carpathian mountain range which is home to one of Europe’s biggest undisturbed forests. Romania has been a part of several empires in its history, including the Roman empire, the Ottoman empire and the Austro-Hungarian empire. It also became a …

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French Reims Pain D’épices Recipe

Reims Pain D’epices is a French spice flavored pastry often described as a cross between a dense cake and a soft bread. It is made using flour, baking soda or powder and a mix of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. It is sweetened only with honey. Pain means bread and D’epices means “of spices” …

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Slovenian Foods: 7 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Slovenia

Slovenia is located in the heart of Central Europe, surrounded by Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia and the Adriatic Sea. A major part of Slovenia is forested and mountainous, making it a home to some of the greatest ski resorts in Europe. Every year the country attracts millions of tourists (especially nature lovers) from all across …

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Croatian Food: 7 Must-try Dishes of Croatia

Croatia is known for its numerous islands and peninsulas, beautiful beaches, Mediterranean climate and of course its historical cities. Each region of Croatia has its own long-standing gastronomic traditions often stretching back hundreds of years. In the coastal region (Dalmatia) and on the Istrian peninsula, you can enjoy a wide range of fish as well …

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French Frog Legs (Cuisses de Grenouilles) Recipe

Frog legs are a famous French dish consisting of the legs of frogs, cooked in a wide variety of ways. Also known as Cuisses de Grenouilles, frog legs can either be grilled, stewed in a soup, stir-fried, baked, boiled, sautéed or battered and fried. Frogs legs are known to be packed with nutrients, including protein, …

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Norwegian Finnbiff Recipe (Reindeer Stew)

The reindeer, also called caribou in North America, is a species of deer typically found in the Arctic, Subarctic, Tundra, Boreal and the mountainous regions of northern Europe, Siberia, and North America. Reinskav (shredded reindeer meat) is the chief ingredient used in preparing traditional Norwegian Finn biff or Reindeer Stew. Reindeer meat is one of …

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Danish Food: 9 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Denmark

Denmark is one of the Scandinavian countries of northern Europe, sharing a border with only Germany. The country is surrounded by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea and consists of more than 1,400 islands.  Denmark is well known for consistently being one of the happiest countries in the world, owing mostly to their social …

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Austrian Käsekrainer Recipe

Käsekrainer is a type of Austrian sausage that is stuffed with small chunks of cheese. It is typically made using pork or a mixture of pork, beef, and various different spices. As for the cheese, generally Swiss Emmental is used to stuff the sausage. Although käsekrainer can be boiled, baked, or grilled, they are typically …

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Austrian Food: 14 Must-try Traditional Dishes of Austria

Located right in the middle of Europe, bordering no less than seven other European countries, Austria is not only a reflection of its neighbors and its geography, but also exerts its own influence in central Europe. With a significant amount of the Alps located in Austria, it is home to some dramatic landscapes and mesmerizing …

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Portuguese Espetada (Beef Skewers) Recipe

Espetada is a Portuguese dish primarily consisting of large cubes of beef which are skewered and barbecued. The beef is marinated in salt and garlic and later skewered on a bay leaf stick. Espetada is a popular delicacy, particularly on the island of Madeira, where it is typically served as a main dish during the …

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Belgian Food: 15 Must-try Dishes of Belgium

Belgium is a relatively small country nestled between Germany, the Netherlands, France and Luxembourg in the heart of Western Europe. Belgian cuisine has a lot in common with its neighbors, particularly in terms of the staple ingredients used in most dishes. There are very intricate cultural crossovers with the countries neighboring Belgium, which is none …

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Fromage Bruxelles (Brussels Cheese)

Fromage de Bruxelles, also known as ettekeis or Brussels Cheese, is a special kind of Belgian cheese prepared using pasteurized cow’s milk. The cheese needs to be consistently dried and washed for at least three months. After three months, it is shaped into rounds or tubs and is then considered ready for consumption. Fromage de …

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