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I have looked on the internet at blogs, at books for sale and more! The many recipes that are listed as borderless cuisine aren't borderless cuisine and fusion cuisine is not borderless (but techniques from different countries used on foods from other countries). This is not what I define as Borderless Cuisine. The Borderless Cuisine Posts that follow this Intro include the following:
(see definitions of borderless below)
a. Similar foods across borders (could be in one state or Grits in several adjacent states, for example)
b. Foods similar to abutting or adjacent countries (countries sharing borders and similar foods such as Germany, Austria and Switzerland)
c. Foods similar in different countries where people settled (such as the Basques from France and Spain who settled in Nevada, California and Idaho)
d. Foods (inherited from older sections of Europe, Latin America, etc. such as A Revisit to Grikos or Greek cuisine in Italy)
5. Foods (similar spices and herbs such as those in the Middle East)
6. Foods that are similar or have a similar uses in different countries (such as doughs, pastries, tapas, pestos, etc.)
7. Foods compared between two different countries (such as Italian vs Spanish Cuisine)
and the list goes on.
Books for Sale on Amazon with a search for borderless cuisine.
There are a few books that might squeak through on my definition but not in the way I have prepared this Borderless Cuisine Blog!!
What does borderless mean?
- 3. without limits: an intellectual curiosity that seems borderless. 4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of trade, travel, etc.) not constrained by the presence of international borders: a borderless business world.