Even though posting came to halt, cooking for my world food challenge continued. None of the three countries’ cuisines have stellar reputations, although English food is probably famous for being the worst. Cuban and Honduran food were more closely related both geographically and culinarily, and both contain rice and beans as staples. Although Cuban sandwiches at least have the Earl of Sandwich to thank for their name, other than their reputations, neither Honduran nor Cuban cuisine had much in common with English food.
Before starting this challenge I had never heard of Montenegro. It turns out I am not alone, when searching for a map of Montenegro I found one from the perspective of Norwegians, and there is not even a stereotype for Montenegro. As a country, it has only been around in its current form since 2006, it is smaller than wales, and it has ten times fewer people than Tennessee. Its most famous foods are Njeguški cheese and Njeguški prosciutto, and it also produces wine, although none of these are available in Korea.