Stinging nettles are a rather unconventional ingredient, still widely used and appreciated in Romania
A simple solution for Lent, a 40 day period during which Orthodox Christians are forbidden to eat meat or dairy, is sauerkraut soup.
We bring you dishes specific to the eastern region of Moldavia.
Today we will be talking about a preparation that is fundamental to traditional culture in Romania, as well as the rest of the Balkans, fatback.
Here is another recipe: the so-called Radauti soup, named after a city in Bukovina, north-eastern Romania.
Polenta became a dish in Romania, after corn had been brought over in Europe in the 17th century. When Romanians had to pay tribute to the Porte consisting of cattle and cereals, they starte...
The holidays are over, and the heavy and plentiful meals can take their toll. Sour soups are a popular remedy for this.
Several traditional dishes made out of potato
This particular recipe was collected in the villages of the Apuseni Mountains
Dried beans is a major ingredient in Romanian cooking, especially during the winter season, whether preparing soups, stews, or entrees.
This type of soup is typically served on the first day of the year for lunch.
Some of Romanians' favorite dishes for the New Year's festive meals.
Since this is the season for quinces, we invite you to try a new recipe: roast chicken with quinces
Traditional food from central Romania
Romanians, just like many other Balkan people, eat a lot of pork around the winter holidays. However, a lot of people feel the need to lay off the meat heavy diet, and start resorting to tra...
Traditionally used mainly as pie filling or baked in the oven, pumpkin has become more popular in Romania as part of other types of dishes.
Today's edition features prominent documentary filmmakers from Romania.
European Commission report shows Romania had one of the fastest growing GDP rates in the EU.
We invite you to visit Buzias spa in Timis County, western Romania
Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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Today's feature looks at a growing industry in Romania
Great Britain's leaving the EU has triggered talks on the future of the Union
A look at the main sporting events this past weekend
For decades, the life of Romania's communist elites was a mystery for the common people.
Browse through some of the messages sent in by our listeners.
The basics on vowel mutation
A round-up of the week's main stories
Arcalia, a Moorish-Byzantine castle, is not something you encounter very often in Romania
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