Smoko refers to the food tradition of Falkland Islands which refers to a midmorning tea or coffee break. Smoko is a tradition which Falkland Islands has in common with the British. The islands cuisine in terms of ingredients and preparation is very similar with the British. The population of Falklands is composed mostly by the British who colonized the Islands in 1892. The Falkland Island or the Falklands is located approximately 185 miles (480 kilometers) east of Argentina, hence considered ass one of the countries of South America.

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