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Find international and ethnic recipes from around the world, including recipes for popular Latin, European, Asian, Middle Eastern and African dishes.


Chopped Chicken Livers

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 20:47:09 +0000

(Jewish liver paté spread)

This rich and tasty liver spread is part of traditional Passover, Rosh Hashanah and Hannukah meals for many Ashkenazi Jews. It is also standard fare in Jewish delis.

Caponata Siciliana

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:40:47 +0000

(Italian sweet and sour eggplant dish)

This sweet and sour eggplant (melanzane) dish embodies the essence of Sicilian cucina povera, or "cuisine of the poor" — simple, seasonal, local ingredients used at the peak of freshness.

Sambal Belacan

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 16:24:37 +0000

(Malaysian spicy red chile and shrimp paste sauce)

The go-to sauce in Malaysia, sambal belacan is a spicy red chili sauce, its flavored deepened and made more complex with dried shrimp paste.

Sinigang na Baboy

Fri, 16 Jun 2017 15:55:17 +0000

(Filipino sour pork and vegetable stew)

Filipinos love a sour punch in their food, and sinigang gives them just that in a delicious stew flavored with the tang of tamarind.


Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:02:33 +0000

(Central Asian steamed meat dumplings)

Uzbeks, Turmen, Tadjiks and Kazakhs all enjoy these large, dense and chewy dumplings filled with a simple seasoned meat and onion mixture.

Acharuli Khachapuri

Mon, 12 Jun 2017 14:50:18 +0000

(Georgian boat-shaped cheesebread with egg and butter)

The country of Georgia is renowned for its cheese breads, and Acharuli khachapuri is the most decadent and cheesy of all.


Fri, 09 Jun 2017 14:11:34 +0000

(German rhubarb compote)

Germans enjoy seasonal desserts, and rhubarb compote is a simple solution for using fresh rhubarb in mid-spring.


Thu, 08 Jun 2017 19:14:31 +0000

(Turkmen shredded meat and bread stew)

Dograma — the name comes from the Turkmen word meaning "to chop up" — is special occasion food and is sometimes called the national dish of Turkmenistan.

Pytt i Panna

Sat, 06 May 2017 13:11:05 +0000

(Swedish potato and meat breakfast hash)

Like most breakfast hash dishes, Swedish pytt i panna is a great way to use up leftovers from a meat and potatoes meal.


Fri, 05 May 2017 16:06:12 +0000

(German white wine with sweet woodruff)

Maiwein, or May wine, is a German springtime tradition. Heady notes of sweet woodruff are infused into white wine for a celebratory beverage.

Sonoran Hot Dogs

Wed, 03 May 2017 23:49:47 +0000

(Mexican, American Southwestern beef frankfurter sandwich)

Sonoran hot dogs are a delicious, over-the-top style of serving frankfurters that originated in the northern Mexican city of Hermosilla.


Mon, 01 May 2017 18:06:54 +0000

(Scottish quick teacakes)

Scones form an essential component of a Devonshire or Cornwall cream tea when served with strawberry jam and clotted cream.

Five Simple Steps to Greener Eating

Sat, 15 Apr 2017 05:47:21 +0000

Image by USFWS Mountain-Prairie These days we all want to do our part improve the environment, minimize climate change and leave behind a better world for those who follow us. But the enormity of the environmental issues we face can feel overwhelming and intimidating. Just what can you do to make a meaniningful difference in such a big, big world? You’re in luck! There are some simple, small steps you can take in the kitchen that work out to a big effect. Here are a list of five actions that have maximum impact with minimum effort. You don't need to make a radical change in your behavior. Just make a modest adjustment to what you buy, when you buy it and how you use it. 1. Aim Low on the Food Chain Avoid highly processed foods, like those that come in brightly colored boxes or shrink-wrapped plastic trays and have powdered flavoring packets. All that processing uses gobs of water and energy to make an end product that is basically predigested for you. Instead buy whole grains, fresh fruits and seasonal vegetables. Make simple meals that you prepare yourself. You don’t have to cut out processed foods completely. They are simply too convenient in our time-pressed world, and some are actually mighty tasty. But change your emphasis toward fresh, and buy your food as close to its original form as possible. 2. Stick to the Season and Buy Local When you buy produce in season, you’re not just getting the freshest fruits and vegetables at their peak flavor. You are also cutting back — way back — on the carbon-based fuel needed to get them to you. It’s a simple equation. A bunch of grapes from Modesto, California, (in season in the fall) travels about 1,800 miles to get to a market in Des Moines, Iowa. Grapes from Santiago, Chile, (in season in spring) have to be hauled over 5,500 miles to make it to that same market. The California grapes use about 1/3 as much energy in transit as the grapes from Chile. Apart from the energy used in delivery, the regulation of pesticides abroad is often less stringent than in the U.S. Produce from Mexico and other Central American countries bought in the winter can contain levels of pesticides higher than those allowed in domestically produced fruits and vegetables. Check out the Whats4eats Seasonality page to find out which foods to buy when. Support local agriculture by shopping at your local farmers' market. Join an organization dedicated to community-supported agriculture (CSA). Local Harvest is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting organic and local food. Their website has a nation-wide directory that can guide you to farmer’s markets, CSAs and other local food sources near you. 3. Moderate the Meat (and Seafood) It has been estimated that it takes anywhere from 1,000 to over 2,000 gallons of water to produce just one pound of beef. Compare that to the roughly 50 to 75 gallons needed for a pound of corn. Meat and poultry are energy- and water-intensive to produce. Cattle, pigs and chickens eat large amounts of grain from fields often sprayed with fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. And once that grain is digested, it comes out both ends as methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Large, corporate chicken and pig farms ooze waste and tend to poison local water supplies. Commercial salmon farms spread parasitic diseases to wild salmon, and fish that escape the farms weaken the wild gene pool. Trawl nets wipe whole areas of the ocean clean and decimate the ocean floor where they are dragged. Not a pretty picture, huh? But you don’t have to turn vegan. Just cut back. Have meatless nights. Eat smaller portions. Use meat more as a condiment than as the center of the meal. Buy organic, free-range meats and poul[...]

Torta de Plátano

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 21:14:33 +0000

(Colombian plantain bread)

A deliciously simple twist on banana bread, what makes this version of torta de plátano particularly Colombian is the addition of white cheese and guava paste.

Tonkotsu Ramen

Thu, 09 Mar 2017 00:52:41 +0000

(Japanese noodles and pork in rich broth)

Tonkotsu ramen is a fabulous, soupy creation that marries chewy ramen noodles with tender-braised pork and a creamy broth.