There are 62,7% of Luxembourgers, 13,2% of Portuguese, of Italian 4,6% of Italian, 4,6% of French, 3,4% of Belgians, 2,4% of German, 0,9% of Dutch.

Most of traditional dishes are of peasant origin. The most well-known Luxembourg meal might be ‘Judd mat Gaardebounen’, which is a smoked neck of pork and broad bean with a thick creamy sauce. Other traditional dishes include ‘Kachkéis’ (soft cheese, melted and served with bread), and ‘Quetschentaart’ (plum tart). A must to try are 'Gromperekichelcher' (literally: potato biscuits, a kind of potato pancakes) which are a type of fried shredded potato cake containing onions, shallots and parsley. Traditional food in the Moselle region includes the "Friture de la Moselle", small fried fish. Luxembourg produces excellent beers and The Moselle Valley wines.

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