The Fins' Karelian pasty, a curved, access-faced hand pie, may have contributed.
Smørrebrød, Denmark's national lunch, is an access-faced sandwich.
Norway, home of a number of the world's greatest smoked salmon, was the third happiest nation around the world.
Icelanders love hot dogs. The neighborhood hot dog vendor can save people and visitors in a country with few prepared meal options.
We think stroopwafel may contribute to Dutch happiness, along with the affection they have of canals and tulips.
Since Switzerland's national dish, raclette, is melted cheese, we're surprised it didn't top the world's happiest list.
Swedish meatballs with lingonberries, which taste like cranberries and are often cooked into jam, are a popular dish.
A good Kiwi bakery has many delicious pastries, but hand doughnuts are the most popular.
Canada, our lovely neighbours to the north, is recognized for many things other than their love of hockey and, you know.
A thinly pounded, deep-fried veal cutlet is one of the most well-known Viennese specialties and an Austrian provincial treasure.