Belize

Belize is an amazingly diverse country due to immigration, colonisation and slavery throughout its history; this has had a knock on effect on its culinary history. Having recently completed a few other countries… Continue reading

Belgium

I am excited by Belgium. There. I said it. Out of all the countries yet to cover in this project I didn’t think for one minute Belgium would get the juices flowing. And… Continue reading

Belarus

Belarus, a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, is bordered by Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. Modern-day Belarus has only existed since the second world war. Climatic conditions in the country are ideal… Continue reading

Barbados

Barbados was ‘claimed’ by Britain around 400 years ago, and was settled by English colonists and their African slaves. As such, the culture and cuisine on the island is a mixture of British… Continue reading

Bangladesh

After what seems like a long break on the Eaternational journey, I pick up where I left off with Bangladesh. I found out from reading around that about three quarters of the ‘Indian’… Continue reading

Bahrain

Chicken Machboos, or Machboos ala Dajaj (“spiced chicken and rice”) seems to be the national dish of Bahrain. It’s very similar to Biryani from India. To make the Machboos, you fry off some… Continue reading

Bahamas

A cool bit of trivia I learned today: The Bahamas is one of only two countries whose official name in English begins with the word “the”, along with The Gambia. My research of… Continue reading

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is one of only six countries in the world to span two continents (I’m hoping that will come up in a pub quiz at some point). It is split between Europe and… Continue reading

Austria

Bit of a lame attempt this time I’m afraid due to being far too busy enjoying the sun (not that I’d have it any other way). Having read up on Austrian cuisine the… Continue reading

Australia

Prior to delving into Australia, I send my old pal Aussie Jo a message asking for advice about a typical Australian meal. “Hmm we are not particularly cultured as we originated from England… Continue reading