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  • Romfoody

    Hi there. I also have a [[1]]about Romanian food. I've livd in Romania for almost a decade and recently I've started trying to learn more about the cuisine - by cooking it, obviously (and eating it...plenty of it!). Please feel free to drop by, take a look around, and see what you think. I'd especially appreciate any tip and tricks from expat Romanians who might be able to advise readers on substitute ingredients.

    Here's my URL: http://romanianfoodblog.blogspot.com/

    Multumesc si numai bine!

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  • JeskaD

    If you're a big fan of Romanian food and happen to live in or around Miami, Florida, you're in luck! Shao Romano Food Truck launched last week. The truck serves authenitc style Romanian food, including pita wraps, traditional dishes like chiftele (Romanian meatballs), mititel and other tasty Romanian food treats.

    Read more in the Miami New Times newspaper report or track Miami food trucks by following @MiamiFoodTrucks on Twitter.

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  • Zepp2

    New

    April 6, 2011 by Zepp2

    Hey, I'm new to the wiki, so could you please give me some info on Romania (and maybe decipher that weird message I recieved)?

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  • MissJewel

    awesome!

    February 11, 2011 by MissJewel

    great link!thanks!

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  • MissJewel

    wow!

    February 11, 2011 by MissJewel

    I had no idea how diverse Romanian recipes are!I'm intrigued, but scared at the same time!There is a couple I really do want to try out for sure!

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  • Bchwood

    Going to Budapest?

    February 10, 2011 by Bchwood

    As somebody who's been to Budapest, I can say that the wines there are very tasty. The locals say "Noroc!" for "Cheers!", (it actually means "Good luck").

    You can also say "Noroc" if somebody sneezes, wishing them good luck in getting better!

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  • Bchwood

    Most Romanian dishes, especially soups, are generally "soured"...meaning acidity is added in the form of lemon juice, citric acid, vinegar, bors de tarate ( fermented wheat bran liquid), sauerkraut juice, etc. Some people like this of course, but I've found when serving romanian food to others it can be a good idea to go easy on the 'sourness' unless you know your fellow eaters like things on the acidic side. Bchwood 23:23, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Cookeryonline2010

    As i am the first one to write on this area, i believe that adding my website here is a beginning. So, if you want to see some balcanic and romanian recipes please visit www.cookery-online.com. Thank's!

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