stuffed grape leaves
jo jeebh ko accha lage
Greeks traded grapes and foods
Delicacies is the art of a thing being very fine. It can be described in foods as delicacies.
The ancient Greeks actually had three different favorite foods. These three foods included: vegetables, legumes, and different types of fruit.
That is the correct spelling of "delicacies" (tasty or rare foods).
The ancient greeks ate many wierd foods such as pigs, sea urchins, pigeons, olives and grains.
Yes, peaches and plums were known foods of the Ancient Greeks.
meat,garum (which is scorse)
The ancient Greeks ate a variety of foods for dessert. Some things they enjoyed dining on included nuts and dried and fresh fruits.
Usually, delicacies refer to expensive, rare or difficult to prepare foods.
Delicatessen is a term meaning "fine foods". pch delicacies fine foods" PCH = What does the term delicatessen mean?Your Answer: Fine Foods Incorrect Did you know:Delicatessen is a term meaning "delicacies" or "fine foods". ???
Literally, Delicatessen means delicacies. (It uses an old fashioned spelling of the German word for delicacies). Delicatessen is a term meaning "delicacies" or "fine foods". but when answering the question with the answer delicacies is was incorrect. In the US a delicatessen or deli generally sells a wide range of quality foods and often also sandwiches and various other 'fast foods'. In Europe a delicatessen shop specializes in high quality, gourmet foods. Please see the link below.
Many of the foods imported to Greece came from Asia. Many fruits like dates and nuts such as almonds and walnuts were imported.
yes it's important because native delicacies are foods from our own region and we should know it because it's our responsibility to know our own region's native delicacies
European foods obviously. This mainly includes Italian, British, French, and Spanish delicacies.
They stroed all their food at the local Save-A-Lot Because everything there is very cheap for them to aford
There are a lot of famous foods in the Philippines. Aside from the home made sweet delicacies, the Philippines is known for it's Adobo and lechon.
No, they didn't because they didn't have fertile soil . Greece is covered in mountains , but they did grow a lot of olive oil
There are many different types of foods that would be considered native delicacies in many different countries. Each could use different utensils depending on their method of preparation.
To people who don't live in Japan and, thus, do not have access to traditional Japanese foods, many Japanese foods are considered delicacies.
Yes, they eat Traditional Food at Special events such as Easter. Easter was very important to the Greeks. You can pretty much eat Traditional Food at any time but MOSTLY at SPECIAL EVENTS, CEREMONIES OR CELEBRATIONS.I hope I answered your Question!
Being part of the Philipines they share Filipino foods. Check out the related link.
There have been reports, mostly through wiriting of monastaries, that some ancient Greeks might have partaken in starvation (anorexia) or throwing up after meals (bulimia), but the accuracy of these is not know. The starvation could have been due to religious fasting, and besides, most ancient cultures were known for glutton and a love of wine and fine foods.
Usually the all Americal hot dogs, burgers, ready made frozen foods, the original Pecan pie and other delicacies.