Monday night’s International Table Adventure was Andorra. Andorra is a tiny country in south western Europe (it’s actually the sixth smallest country in Europe, having about twice the population of Strongsville), located in the eastern Pyrenees mountains and bordered by Spain and France. The people of Andorra are currently listed as having the highest human life expectancies on Earth, at 83.5 years .
The meal consisted of smoked trout (the meal called for grilled trout, but we had problems finding fresh trout locally), trinxat (basically a large potato pancake with cabbage and bacon), warm spinach and mushroom salad, Pa amb Tomaquet (bread with tomato and garlic), and Brac de Gitano (a cream roll) for dessert.
Hearing that this tiny country was the sixth smallest country in Europe, we were curious what the other smaller countries were. Those countries are Vatican City, Monaco, San Marino, Lichtenstein, and Malta.