How Many Of These Flags Made Using Their National Foods Can You Identify?
The Sydney International food festival have come up with a brilliantly unique way of promoting themselves by sharing the following series of photos using food turned into flags. Not just any food either because every flag features one of the national foods of that country in some of the best creative work we've seen in ages. Rather than give you the answers we'll let you have a flick through them see how many you get right. All answers down at the bottom of the post. Top marks if you get the country and the ingredients.
So hopefully you'll have got the main one which is the Italian flag with basil, tomatoes and pasta. If you didn't get that you'll probably have struggled with the rest of the answers....
- Australia's flag made from meat pie and sauce.
- Brazil's flag made from banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit
- China's flag made from pittaya/dragon fruit and star fruit.
- France's flag made from Blue cheese, brie and grapes.
- Greece's flag made from Kalamata olives and feta cheese.
- India's flag made from curries, rice, and pappadum wafer.
- Indonesia's flag made from spicy curries and rice (Sambal).
- Japan's flag made from tuna and rice.
- Lebanon's flag made from lavash, fattoush and herb sprig.
- South Korea's flag made from Kimbap and sauces.
- Spain's flag made from chorizo and rice.
- Switzerland's flag made from charcuteries and emmental.
- Thailand's flag made from sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab
- Turkey's flag made from Turkish Delights (Lokum).
- United Kingdom's flag made from scone, cream and jams.
- United States of America's flag made from hot dogs, ketchup, and mustard or cheese.
- Vietnam's flag made from rambutan, lychee and starfruit.