There are SO many different "Spanish" foods in North America. To the South of North America are all of the "Spanish" countries.
Quapotloimeti Which is spanish ritotanxi
There are several main foods eaten in Spain. Different areas have their own popular foods. Some of these foods are gazpacho, paella, chorizo, and Spanish ham.
One of the Spanish foods that people eat on special holidays penne. Rice and beans are also eaten on holidays, along with flan.
No, any normal food can be eaten in South Africa. Obviously endangered animals and fish which are prohibited in most countries can not be eaten in South Africa.
Zacahuil....large tamle eaten in Mexico's east coast
the foods that are mostly eaten in the Philippines reali doesnt matter
Some of the foods eaten during ramadan is my booty
staple foods are eaten in northern Russia are northern russia staple foods
Healthy and organic foods should be eaten more.
The foods in Timbuktu are close to the foods in Morocco.
Chinese Dumplings, Fish, Spring Rolls are some of the foods eaten.
Foods eaten on Christmas in Indonesia are similar to the foods eaten in the western world: turkey, cranberries, etc.
Exotic foods are those foods that are not usually eaten by people. A great example is the Balut of the Philippines, Frog Legs of Most western countries and crickets from China.
The foods eaten in Washington are mostly the same as they are around the us. its close to CA, so i think they would be alike to the foods eaten there
There are no particular foods eaten on ANZAC Day. ANZAC biscuits, while popular on ANZAC Day, are eaten all year around.
Foods that cannot be eaten by an individual on a hypoglycemic diet are foods that are high in sugars or high in carbohydates such as candies and different breads.
beans, rice, and tortillas make up the staple diet. (Spicy foods are favored in many of the countries, but not all of them as commonly believed.)