Food in Spain - Spanish Food, Spanish Cuisine

With Portugal, Spain makes up the Iberian Peninsula, or Iberia. Iberia is separated from the rest of Europe by the Pyrenees Mountains, which rise to a height of 11,168 feet (3,404 meters).

Food in Sweden - Swedish Food, Swedish Cuisine

Sweden is the fourth-largest country in Europe. It is the largest Scandinavian country (the other countries in Scandinavia are Denmark, Finland, and Norway).

Food in Tanzania - Tanzanian Food, Tanzanian Cuisine

Situated in East Africa just south of the equator, Tanzania is made up of a mainland area and the islands of Zanzibar, Pembe, and Mafia. Mainland Tanzania lies between the area of the great lakes—Victoria, Tanganyika, and Malawi (Niassa)—and the Indian Ocean.

Food in Thailand - Thai Food, Thai Cuisine

Comprising an area of 514,000 square kilometers (198,456 square miles) in Southeast Asia, Thailand (formerly known as Siam) extends almost two-thirds down the Malay Peninsula. Comparatively, the area occupied by Thailand is slightly more than twice the size of the state of Wyoming.

Food in Turkey - Turkish Food, Turkish Cuisine

The Republic of Turkey consists of Asia Minor, the small area of eastern Turkey in Europe, and a few offshore islands in the Aegean Sea. It has a total area of 780,580 square kilometers (301,384 square miles), which is slightly larger than the state of Texas.

Food in Ukraine - Ukrainian Food, Ukrainian Cuisine

Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe. It is located between Poland and Russia.

Food in United Kingdom - British, Scottish, and Welsh Food, British, Scottish, and Welsh Cuisine

The United Kingdom (UK) is located just west of the mainland of Europe. It is made up of several islands, the largest of which is Great Britain.

Food in United States African Americans - African-American Food, African-American Cuisine

There are African Americans living in all fifty of the United States. The ten states with the largest populations of African Americans are New York, California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, Louisiana, Michigan, and Maryland.

Food in United States Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch - Amish Food, Amish Cuisine

The Amish make their homes in rural areas in twenty-two U.S. states and Ontario, Canada.

Food in United States Great Lakes Region - Great Lakes Food, Great Lakes Cuisine

The Great Lakes region of the United States includes the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New York. The region enjoys four distinct seasons.

Food in United States Jewish Americans - Jewish American Food, Jewish American Cuisine

Although the nearly 6 million Jewish Americans live in every state of the nation, the largest populations are found in New York, California, and Florida, especially in urban areas.

Food in United States Latino Americans - Latino American Food, Latino American Cuisine

Although Latino Americans, also known as Hispanic Americans, live throughout the United States, the states with the largest populations are California, Arizona, New Mexico, Florida, and New York. Latinos may be of any race, and may trace their family history to any of the countries where Spanish is the principal language (except Spain), particularly those in Latin America.

Food in United States Midwest Region - Midwest American Food, Midwest American Cuisine

The Midwest region of the United States consists of the states in the center of the country, east of the Rocky Mountains. States considered part of the Midwest are North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois.

Food in United States Native Americans - Native American Food, Native American Cuisine

Once the sole inhabitants of North America, Native Americans were forcefully and often brutally relocated by white settlers and U.S. government policies to reservations.

Food in United States Northeast Region - Northeast American Food, Northeast American Cuisine

The Northeastern region of the United States, often referred to as "New England," consists of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Most of these states border the Atlantic Ocean on their eastern coasts.

Food in United States Southern Region - Southern American Food, Southern American Cuisine

The South is distinctive in its customs, food, and even dialect and accent. More than any other regional group, people born and raised as Southerners tend to think of themselves as Southerners all their lives, no matter where they live.

Food in United States Western Region - Western American Food, Western American Cuisine

The Western region of the United States may be defined as including the states west of the Rocky Mountains. These include California, Oregon, and Washington bordering the Pacific Ocean on their western coasts; moving east, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona form the basin and plateau region and feature some of the most dramatic scenery in the United States, with canyons (including the Grand Canyon), the Great Salt Lake, and the deserts of the southwest.

Food in Vietnam - Vietnamese Food, Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnam is a long, narrow country in Southeast Asia. China borders it to the north; Cambodia, Laos, and the Gulf of Thailand to the west; and the South China Sea (which the Vietnamese call "the East Sea") to the east.

Food in Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean Food, Zimbabwean Cuisine

A landlocked country of south-central Africa, Zimbabwe (formerly known as Rhodesia) lies between the Zambezi River on the north and the Limpopo River on the south. It has an area of 390,580 square kilometers (150,804 square miles), slightly larger than the state of Montana.