Croatian cuisine

Croatia has made an incredible contribution to the fashion industry, the necktie.

We call it a ‘kravata‘, because of the brave Croatian soldiers (Croats) in Napoleon’s troops, who had a scarf tied around their necks in a specific way.

The KRAVATA /the Tie entered the fashion history and stayed for good. It is unthinkable today to see any businessman without a tie. It forms part of the uniform of the modern man.

A European Union politician once said; Don’t forget, Croats are holding us all by the neck!

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The Roast Turkey with flatbread, from Zagorje, Croatia, Croatian cuisine

A Christmas table in Croatia

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A Culinary fairy tale of Međimurje

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Easter dishes in Croatia

  Easter is no exception when it comes to delicious food which we serve to gather around our family and…

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