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What is Romanian food? Never had the chance to taste some? Well, before you do there are a few things you might want to know...
First key word for the Romanian food is: mixture. Romanians have latin roots while being surrounded by slavic countries. Moreover, Romanian territories have been successively (sometimes at the same time) occupied by the Turks, Austrians, Hungarians, Russians, Pollish while continuously beeing influenced by French culture. Where else in the world could you find such a mixture?
Another key word for the Romanian food is: natural. When visiting Romania be sure to try Romanian tomatoes or Romanian honey and you will be impressed by their taste.
And if we had food, let's not forget about something to drink! Enjoy!
Romania has a beer factory in almost every county. And there are 42 of them! We offer you information on the best known Romanian beers, their history and whatever info you might want to know on the subject.
Romanians make blonde beer, black beer, red beer, cheap beer, expensive beer and so on. Imported beer does not do too good in Romania since all Romanians are in love with Romanian beer. Just try it and you will be too. Read more to find info about a variety of Romanian beer brands.
Mmmmmmm!!! This will surely be your first thought after tasting the chimney cake, or "kurtos kalacs", how the locals call it. This is a goodie you simply don’t want to miss. If you went to Transylvania and didn’t try it, well…your loss...
Kurtos kalacs was first made in Covasna County - Transylvania Region, by Hungarian settlers, therefore its Hungarian name. Its name is related to its shape and it originated from the Hungarian “kurto” which means chimney. “Kalacs” simply means cake...(read more)
The Promised Land of milk and honey is, no doubt about it, Romania. Everywhere you go on this Earth and try to buy honey, the most expensive, the most tasty and the purest of all, are those produced in Romania.
To understand why, you have to take a look at Romania, to see its vast areas untouched by civilization, its virgin grasslands not used for agriculture, the agriculture itself, still underdeveloped that poses no harm to bees and beehives. Did you think is just by coincidence...(read more)
Had enough beer? Then try some wine! Here you have some info on what is really worth buying from Romania.
The first on the list would be the Romanian wine, one of the undiscovered treasures of Eastern Europe...