Food of the World: Malta

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We’re a little late getting our party going this month – terribly sorry about that. I had a lot of fun researching the little island of Malta, but have not had time to cook up any of the yummy recipes I found. 
Most of Malta’s food is imported, so it has been heavily influenced by Spain, English and other Mediterranean cuisines. However it’s traditional stewed rabbit is the national dish. Honestly, I don’t think I could eat stewed rabbit – unless someone else makes it for me. They’re just too cute. Plus we have this cute guy who likes to visit our yard. 
If you have any Maltese recipes, please share them with us below! We love to see what you’re cooking around the world. I’ll be back later this month with some of my own. 
Next month we’ll be visiting Samoa!

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