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Lussekatter, Swedish Saffron Buns for Saint Lucia

You won't want to miss these fragrant saffron-flavoured buns "(lussekatter"), shaped like curled-up cats and with raisin eyes, this December. Traditional cakes baked all across Scandinavia, you eat them for Saint Lucy's day, with glögg or coffee.

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Recipe: Doro Wett – Ethiopian Chicken Stew

The most famous Ethiopian and Eritrean dish, Doro is served steaming on trays layered with soft and spongy injera

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Recipe: Injera – The Ethiopian Flatbread

The typical sour, spongy flatbread of the Horn of Africa, from which you tear off portions to spoon hot and spicy tidbits into your mouth.

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Recipe: Qahwa - The true Arabian coffee

The recipe to taste the exotic fragrance of a good qahwa. If you're in a hurry, forget it, this one's not for you.

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Bogracsgulyas - Hungarian Paprika Soup

This hearty Hungarian stew has a nomadic origin: the Magyars, nomadic horsemen from the steppes, cooked and dried their meat and reconstituted it by stewing it in water in soup kettle, the bogracs, when they pitched camp.

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