The Eurovision Song Contest is back on our screens on Tuesday May 10 and the final will take place on May 14.
This year, UK hopes are pinned on Sam Ryder, frontman of heavy metal band The Morning After, with new single ‘Space Man’.
The first semi-final is set to take place on May 10, but you can see how the UK’s most popular artist is doing on TikTok by tuning in to the grand final on Saturday May 14, which will be broadcast live on BBC One from Turin from 8 p.m. . What better excuse to bring your friends together than this wild celebration of musical spectacle and excess?
A Eurovision party is an age-old tradition, and the standard way to organize is to ask each guest to bring a dish inspired by one of the competing countries – or, if you imagine a host with the most, to make a range of European-inspired Delights yourself.
To inspire you, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipes from the kitchens of the countries we bet are most likely to make it to the final. With the exception of the UK, because not only are you likely to be a fan of that country’s classics, but if history has taught us anything, it’s that we have a very slim chance of winning.
What to eat at your Eurovision party in 2022
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This notice was published: 2022-05-10 15:53:34