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World Cup Cuisine Mixes National Dishes From FIFA Teams

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: • References: georgezisiadis & fastcoexist
In a clever food-focused photography series, George Zisiadis combines national dishes in World Cup Cuisine. The photographer takes FIFA 2014 soccer matches, like Germany vs Brazil, and foods that represent each country mixed together to create a new dish, such as the Acarajewurst.

Foodies and footy fans will both enjoy World Cup Cuisine as it not only celebrates soccer but international culinary delicacies as well. While the dishes on their own are delicious, combined, the taste is extremely bizarre and questionable. A bratwurst crepe, for example, is probably not the best example of a savory pancake. The plates of food are also pictured on a mock field, complete with green backdrop and center lines. In case you were confused, the dishes also come with small national flags to identify the countries. Stats for Culinary Cup Combination Captures Trending: This Quarter & Buzzing
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Concept: World Cup Cuisine
Related: 68 examples / 52 photos
Segment: Males, 18-55
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