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Baked pears with gorgonzola

Mediterranean cuisine,Emilia Romagna
 

Panettone

Mediterranean cuisine,Lombardy
 

Maltese rabbit with garlic and wine

Mediterranean cuisine,Malta
 

Croatian slow-cooked veal

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Savoy Cabbage with Smoked Pork

Mediterranean cuisine
 

Veal with gorgonzola

Mediterranean cuisine,Lombardy,Piedmont
 

Tuscan Ribollita

Mediterranean cuisine,Tuscany
 

Chocolate truffles from Torino

Mediterranean cuisine,Piedmont
 

Istrian Minestrone

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

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Bajaderka

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Bakalar ‘na bijelo’

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Baklava

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Carnival Fritters

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia,Emilia Romagna
 

Chicken Djuveč

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Cod fish cooked in milk

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian ‘Sestrice’

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian apple pie

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian bean stew with pasta

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian bell pepper and eggplant sauce

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian Burek

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian chard potatoes

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian Cheese Strudel

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian chicken paprikas with dumplings

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian chicken pot pie

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian cod stew

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian grilled sausages

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 

Croatian Krempita

Mediterranean cuisine,Croatia
 


      

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Panforte di Siena

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