Flags

Flags Created from National Foods

Each of these flags were created from the traditional foods of their country and shaped into to one beautifully representative symbol of all that country has to offer. We’ve got to say that patriotism never looked so delicious!
Australia
food flags
Made from traditional meat pie and sauce.
Brazil
food flags
Made from banana leaves, limes, pinapple and passion fruit.
China
food flags
Made from dragon fruit and star fruit.
France
food flags
Made from blue cheese, brie and grapes.
Greece
food flags
Made from feta cheese and Kalamata olives.
India
food flags
Made from curries, rice and a pappadum wafer.
Indonesia
food flags
Made from Sambal- spicy curry and rice.
Italy
food flags
Made from basil, pasta and tomatoes.
Japan
food flags
Made from tuna and rice.
Lebanon
food flags
Made from lavash bread, fattoush salad and a herb sprig.
South Korea
food flags
Made from traditional Kimbap and sauces.
Spain
food flags
Made from chorizo sausage and rice.
Switzerland
food flags
Made from charcuteries and emmental.
Thailand
food flags
Made from sweet chili sauce, shredded coconut and blue crab.
Turkey
food flags
Made from Lokum, or Turkish Delights.
United Kingdom
food flags
Made from a scone, cream and jams.
United States
food flags
Made from hot dogs, ketchup and mustard.
Vietnam
food flags
Made from rambutan, lychee and star fruit.

For my friend who asked for one for Germany ๐Ÿ™‚

German flag rainbow cake made from fish roe, egg and sesame seeds.

Read more:ย http://www.urlesque.com/2010/07/05/crazy-sushi-pictures/#ixzz2ievJw6Uj

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  1. And Germany, no traditional foods? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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