Each of the countries of the former Yugoslavia and its neighbouring Balkan states has its own rich cultural and food traditions. Croatia is famed for its istrian yota, a stew of smoked spare ribs, sauerkraut, potatoes and beans. Serbia (as well as other parts of the Balkans) is known for ćevapčići, skinless spiced sausages that are grilled and served over flatbread. Macedonia is known for its national dish of tavče gravče, baked beans traditionally cooked in earthenware. More food traditions are found in the remaining Balkan nations: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania and Slovenia.