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This category comprises the cuisines of the three Baltic nations: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
This category comprises the cuisines of the three nations located in the Caucasus: Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and the cuisines of the many minority peoples.
Please only submit links that go directly to recipes. This is especially important for commercial sites that provide recipes to support the products they sell. There are other categories in the directory that are probably better suited for the commercial side of these sites. For example, Shopping: Food: Ethnic and Regional: European: French.

Each submission will be reviewed to ensure that it contains a preponderance of recipes that are truly French. For example, pain perdu is French, French toast is not.

This category lists sites or pages that contain one or more English-language recipes of French cooking. If the collection is specific to one region of France, the site has been placed in the subcategory of 'regional cuisines'. Some links may contain recipes that are not French, but these pages have been included if the recipe collection is primarily made of French recipes.

A collection of assorted Italian recipes, both traditional, and contemporary.
Please submit only English-language sites containing recipes for Ukrainian cuisine. Ukrainian language recipe sites should be submitted to this category.
This category lists English-language sites containing recipes and cooking information for Ukrainian cuisine. "Ukrainian cuisine stems from peasant dishes based on grains and staple vegetables like potatoes, cabbage, beets and mushrooms. Meat is typically boiled, fried or stewed. Desserts are usually laden with honey and fruit, mainly cherries and plums, and often baked into sweet breads. While the small dumplings known as varenyky (perogies) are by far the most popular Ukrainian snack, the sacred dish is salo - pig fat. Salo consumption goes back centuries, and Ukrainians age and prize it as obsessively as the French do wine. Borshch originated in Ukraine and is still the national soup; the beet and mixed-vegetable broth is typically served with cream." Source: Lonely Planet's Guide to Ukraine
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