How to talk about food in every country


We all know that what people eat around the world differs from country to country. But how people talk about food is just as distinctive – and not just because we speak in different languages.

A selection of non-translatable food-related idioms have been compiled in illustrations published by travel company Expedia, titled the , for your food eating/speaking/fantasising pleasure.

From the poignant German word for “grief bacon” to the increasingly prevalent Finnish phrase for “underwear drunkenness”,expand your culinary rhetoric with these other-worldy foodie phrases.


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