Food We Eat : Flags From Foods :) [18 countries]

Photographs by Australian advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA from the Sydney International Food Festival, Australia’s largest festival ever attended by a million last year. As a part of promotion, the creative team has recreated 18 national flags of countries  Australia, Spain, Italy, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America, Thailand, Indonesia, Switzerland, France, China, Lebanon, Greece, India and Brazil using their traditional ingrdients. 

Hope this will be a delight to you. Enjoy the pictures🙂 Why not try something like this in our place?

Brazil’s flag made from banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit.

Brazil’s flag made from banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit.

India’s flag made from curries, rice, and pappadum wafer.

India’s flag made from curries, rice, and pappadum wafer.

Greece’s flag made from Kalamata olives and feta cheese.

Greece’s flag made from Kalamata olives and feta cheese.

Lebanon’s flag made from lavash, fattoush and herb sprig.

Lebanon’s flag made from lavash, fattoush and herb sprig.

China’s flag made from pittaya/dragon fruit and star fruit.

China’s flag made from pittaya/dragon fruit and star fruit.

France’s flag made from Blue cheese, brie and grapes.

France’s flag made from Blue cheese, brie and grapes.

Switzerland’s flag made from charcuteries and emmental.

Switzerland’s flag made from charcuteries and emmental.

Indonesia’s flag made from spicy curries and rice (Sambal).

Indonesia’s flag made from spicy curries and rice (Sambal).

Thailand’s flag made from sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab.

Thailand’s flag made from sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab.

United States of America’s flag made from hot dogs, ketchup, and mustard or cheese.

United States of America’s flag made from hot dogs, ketchup, and mustard or cheese.

United Kingdom’s flag made from scone, cream and jams.

United Kingdom’s flag made from scone, cream and jams.

Turkey’s flag made from Turkish Delights (Lokum).

Turkey’s flag made from Turkish Delights (Lokum).

South Korea’s flag made from Kimbap and sauces.

South Korea’s flag made from Kimbap and sauces.

Japan’s flag made from tuna and rice.

Japan’s flag made from tuna and rice.

Vietnam’s flag made from rambutan, lychee and starfruit.

Vietnam’s flag made from rambutan, lychee and starfruit.

Italy’s flag made from Basil, pasta, and tomatoes.

Italy’s flag made from Basil, pasta, and tomatoes.

Spain’s flag made from chorizo and rice.

Spain’s flag made from chorizo and rice.

Australia’s flag made from meat pie and sauce.

Australia’s flag made from meat pie and sauce.

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Courtesy and Source : Twisted Sifter

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16 thoughts on “Food We Eat : Flags From Foods :) [18 countries]

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  2. Marvelous creation – playing with natures gift. Bravo!!

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  3. What a wonderful post! Italy flag is perfect, but also the others are beautiful. Bravo.

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    • Hi Polly Motzko, Thanks for the Reblog🙂 Visit again …

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      • I will. What is your name?
        Good morning from CA.

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        • Hey.. Sorry As I am in this account I didn’t mentioned the name.

          I am Dinesh, from India. Propel Steps is my Organisation…
          Good morning🙂

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        • Good morning Dinesh
          It is nice to meet you. What kinds of things does your organization do?

          Paulette Motzko

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        • Dinesh I am sorry I misspelled your name. It is hard to get foreign names right I think I got it now.

          Are you the director of the organization?

          How many years has your organization been in existence?

          Paulette Motzko

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        • Yes you got it right🙂 you can call me Din and Thanks for your interest in knowing about Propel Steps.

          I am the Founder of Propel Steps, which I started as a part time organization in 2011 while I was working as an HR consultant and Trainer. Since Jan 2013, I am into this full time.

          What Propel Steps does is “Educating” on a precise note. To explain further a little, we focus on bringing various social changes and individual excellence via educating students here in India. We have some principles and value systems and based on it we train students, parents and enable schools specially in rural backdrops. As of now, we are doing it in a very small scale.

          I and a few volunteers are now conducting a training program called SEI (means “To Do”) for school kids. We are enabling kids to find their passion, ways to achieve it, likewise it goes around the pursuit of their interests and we give them the connection points on “how their passion and education is related to the societal growth”. We aim at reaching 50,000 students and enable their Vision by 2014. Afterwards we will expand our operations on a larger scale.

          Additionally I am blogging well you can see it here and I am writing a book.

          I wish to do my HR consulting work too and planned to establish a Remote HR outsourcing organization to employ graduates from nearby rural places…🙂 (may look like I am trying to do so many things🙂 but I believe my intuitions) Just kept this HR part on hold as I need to establish Propel Steps first. So focusing on Propel Steps now.

          My Dreams and Visions are big and planned. Luckily I have the challenges of lack of financial freedom to fight with🙂 Just like many entrepreneurs from middle economy family, I do have the familiar odds. I am on the pursuit of my ambitions by enabling others.

          So, this could be the short bio of Din and Propel Steps🙂. Hopefully someday I will make it big and do the maximum to the world by fulfilling my purpose of existence.

          OMG I have written a lot!🙂 Please do not mind, I am kind of a talkative person, love to interact and listen. Hope I do not bother you by this lengthy reply.

          Regards
          Din

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        • No, you do not bother me Din. I asked and because I asked, I wanted to know the answers.

          Quite the contrary, thank you for explaining to me so I understand about Propel Steps and also about your goals.

          I am the former CEO Founder of The Epilepsy Connection. I helped people in Orange County, CA, Los Angeles and about 350 other clients nationwide and in 3 other countries.

          I still am a disability advocate, though not working directly with that now. I had to divorce in 2001, which altered my plans.

          Epilepsy, helping empower others and being a role model, mentor and helping others bring out their hidden potential is something I do really well.

          We have a lot in common.

          Paulette Motzko

          Paulette Motzko

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        • Thanks for the reply and letting me know about your profile. Even I have just seen it on Gravatar as well, impressive. It is my privilege to know you and to interact here with you.

          I am a beginner, just 26 now chasing big dreams. I can say “I am a Novice” compared to your experience in whatever we may have in common as you mentioned. I wish to learn more from you and I value everything I learn.

          I will read your blog taking some special time and if you can suggest any way that I can expand my knowledge from your writings /blogs, whatever, I just wish to be in touch.

          I have seen your profile on LinkedIn as well, here is my profile link http://in.linkedin.com/in/dineshkumarradhakrishnan/ you can add me there if you prefer.

          Regards
          Din

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        • That is wonderful Din. I am honored you are honored to interact and learn from me. Mentoring is something I will be writing about as well as writing, on an article I was asked to write that will be seen all over the world recently. That is one of the reasons the theme on Totally Inspired Mind is about “mentoring.”

          Paulette Motzko

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        • Thanks for giving me your link.

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