Western Europe

  • Has a long and sophisticated culinary tradition.
  • United kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, The netherlands, Switerland, Austria,
  • England is yorksire pudding and fool which is fruit folded into whipped cream. Netherlands is common for vegetables and sausage. Austriaa is known for torte which is a cake.

Nothern Europe

  • Foods tend to be filling, yet creative. They often include fish, cured meats, and dairy foods.
  • Scandinavia Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland.
  • Denmark has many meat dishes, such as frickadeller which is meatballs. Norway has lutefisk that is dried cod soaked in culinary ash.

Mediterranean ( Southern Europe )

  • The mediterranean diet is based on whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, fish, and oultry, with smaller amounts of meats and dairy foods.
  • Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece.
  • Pork is a favorite meat in Portugal and soups are also popular in Portuguese cuisine. Italian meals are often served in courses beginning with soup or an appetizer, continuing with a serving of pasta, and finishing with a meat, poultry, or seafood dishes.