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Food Flags from Around the World

The Sydney International Food Festival has come up with a brilliant way of promoting its festival. With Food! More specifically Food Flags from around the world. Each flag is indicative of the food eaten in that country. Not only beautiful but also edible! How many countries do you know? You can find all the tasty photos with links after the jump!


  • Food Flag – Austrailia 1 of 10
    Food Flag - Austrailia
    Featuring damper and vegemite. Have you ever tried the iconic Australian vegemite?
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Italy 2 of 10
    Food Flag - Italy
    Featuring basil, spaghetti, and cherry tomatoes.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Switzerland 3 of 10
    Food Flag - Switzerland
    Featuring prosciutto and Swiss cheese.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – India 4 of 10
    Food Flag - India
    Featuring rice, curry and greens.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Korea 5 of 10
    Food Flag - Korea
    Featuring sushi and dipping sauces.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Vietnam 6 of 10
    Food Flag - Vietnam
    Featuring lychee, rambutan and star fruit.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – France 7 of 10
    Food Flag - France
    Featuring blue cheese, brie and grapes.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Greece 8 of 10
    Food Flag - Greece
    Featuring Kalamata olives and feta cheese.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Japan 9 of 10
    Food Flag - Japan
    Featuring fresh tuna over rice.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.
  • Food Flag – Spain 10 of 10
    Food Flag - Spain
    Featuring chorizo and Spanish rice.
    Find the original post here at AdLand.

You can also connect with bell’alimento {Paula} on her FOOD BLOG, TWITTER & FACEBOOK.

 

Around the world in 18 dishes: Kid-Friendly International Food!

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