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Hello everyone!

 

As the song says, “food, glorious food, we’re anxious to try it”.  There are so many delicious international dishes available, and travelling gives us the opportunity to try food that we might not have tried before.  You might even have discovered a new dish after hosting a guest from another country.

With that in mind, I’d like to start a new game.

 

The rules are easy!  Below I’ve listed twenty international dishes, and scrambled the letters up, so it’s your task to unscramble the letters and tell me what the dishes are!  Bonus points if you can tell me the country that the dish comes from!

 

Haggis - Scotland

 

   Cheese Fondue - Switzerland

 

 Pho - Vietnam

 

 Dim sum - China

 

Tagine

 

6 - Eept Mia

 

7 - User-Lifmtose

 

8 - Ounpeti

 

9 - Ferdrelaikl

 

10 - Ifi asdchnhsp

 

 Crêpe - France

 

Moussaka - Greece

 

13 - Aneggino rs

 

   Lasagne - Italy

 

   Sushi - Japan

 

   Kibbeh - Lebanon

 

17 - Ainschedal

 

 Kimchi - Korea

 

   Bigos - Poland

 

 Paella - Spain

I hope you enjoy the game!

Jenny

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Re: [Game] Anagrams: Dishes of the world

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That's correct, @Laurelle3 🙂 I chose a dish from my home country for the first one!  I love the sound of your party!  I don't really celebrate but I do enjoy having haggis from time to time.  

I tend to eat vegetarian haggis now as it's healthier, but just as delicious!


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@Emilie is no 18 Kimchi we first tasted it in Korea in 1996 we went there for the World Scout Jamboree. My husband loves the taste of fermented cabbage , chilli and garlic. I buy it at a speciality shop for him when I see it. Too spicy for me.

I thought @Jessica-and-Henry0 would have guessed this one.

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11 : Crêpe - France

These are thin "pancakes", for a desert.

 

In The Netherlands we like the big pancakes ("pannenkoeken"), being a main dish.

In my town they are served on a "pancake"-ship, in a nearby village on an old "pancake"-train.

Fun for families with children....

 

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@Emiel1 I'd never heard of pannenkoeken, but @Sybe and @Quincy might be familiar with it? I love the idea of the pancake-ship and train, it must be really fun for all ages indeed 😃

 

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Re: [Game] Anagrams: Dishes of the world

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Added:

The "pancake" train in nearby village Marrum.  with the menu:

https://depannekoektrein.nl/menukaart/

 

The "pancake" ship in my town:

https://www.pannekoekschipleeuwarden.nl/en/menu

 

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15 Sushi - Japan (anagram shows extra "i" ? )

 

 

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2. Cheese fondue - Switserland

Next Cheese fondue day is 11 april 2023:

https://www.wikidates.org/holiday/national-cheese-fondue-day_1139.html

 

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Cheese Fondue day sounds like heaven to me!  I might have to take part next year!


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Re: [Game] Anagrams: Dishes of the world

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Thank you so much for keeping things going here @Emiel1 - I think we can safely crown you the winner of this post!


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@Jenny 

 

14 - Neslaga - Lasagne

 

Although Italian in origin, according to the internet, "one of the first references to modern-day lasagne can be found in a 14th-century English cookbook that highlighted a dish with layers of pasta without the tomatoes."

 

Kind of cool!  It's a staple of the American family kitchen.  I have one in my freezer right now in case there's an impromptu dinner chez moi.

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