JAPAN : Sushi, Sashimi, Yakizakana, Domburi, Onigiri, Kare Raisu, Fried Rice, Chazuke, Kayu.
CHINA : hark fins, seaweed, frogs, snakes, and even dog and cat meat are eaten.
MEXICO : Tacos, Tortillas Frijoles, Guacamole, Enchiladas, Quesadillas, Salsa.
BRAZIL : Rice, black beans, kale, potato, cheese, pasta, salad are the main foods for many Brazilians. The national dish is feijoada.
IRELAND : Potatos, Fish and chips.
EGYPT : Ful ( bean paste), tahini (sesame paste), koushari (lentils, macaroni, rice, and chickpeas), aish baladi (a pita-like bread), kofta (spicy, minced lamb), and kebab (grilled lamb pieces) are the most popular.
IRAQI : Like the Turks, Iraqis like to stuff vegetables and eat a lot of lamb, rice, and yogurt. Like Iranians, they enjoy cooking fruits with beef and poultry.
GRECCE Fresh fruits, vegetables, fish and seafood.
ITALY : Pizza, pasta, tomato sauce, cheese, bread, rice, ham. Italians are known for their use of herbs in cooking, especially oregano, basil, thyme, parsley, rosemary, and sage.
SPAIN : Jamon serrano , a cured ham, and chorizo , a seasoned sausage, are popular. Seafood and fish are popular in coastal areas. Other popular foods are cheeses, eggs, beans, rice, nuts (especially almonds), and bread (a crusty white bread, baked fresh daily, is common).
POLAND: Potatoes, beets, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and cucumbers. Boiled potatoes are the most commonly eaten side dish with meat, poultry, or fish.The cereal grains, grown on Poland's rich agricultural land, are among the country's most important dietary staples. These include wheat, rye, buckwheat, and barley.They find their way into dark bread, noodles, dumplings, and other everyday foods.
RUSSIAN roasted meats, vegetables, soups, and stews. bliny (thin pancakes), and a variety of savory and sweet pies called either piroghi (large pies) or pirozhki (small pies). They are usually filled with fish, cheese, jam, cabbage, mushrooms, chopped hard-cooked eggs, or meat.