Recipe: Cambodian Kuong (Spring Rolls)

Kuong is enjoyed by Khmer people across Cambodia as a lunchtime snack, street-food treat, and party platter favourite—some people even eat it for breakfast! It’s a great way to jazz up leftover meat!

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Recipe: Bangladeshi Nakshi Pitha

This popular traditional and ornamental Bangladeshi appetizer is a crowd pleaser. Often served at festivals or while entertaining guests in villages, these fried rice cakes make for the perfect savoury or sweet, crispy and flakey (and beautiful) treat.

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Recipes: Ugandan Mandazi

A bit of a familiar looking treat, eh? Mandazi is sold on every street corner in Uganda for a few hundred shillings—about $0.15—each. It’s common around East Africa as a preferred bite-size sweet-and scrumptious snack enjoyed with hot beverages such as tea, coffee, and hot cocoa. Deep-fried dough never disappoints!

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Recipes: Hot & Cold Drinks

Whip up some of the tastiest drinks from around the world! Across partner communities, coffees, teas, and fruit drinks are part of gatherings, traditions, and relaxation. From hot, rich, and creamy flavours to cold, fruity and tangy, you’re covered here. You’ll find something that hits the spot as spring turns to summer!

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Celebrate Winter with these Global Drink Recipes

Global hot drink recipes for winter!

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Recipe: Ethiopian Hisbist

Across Ethiopia, Hisbist is a staple bread prepared for large gatherings marking almost any special occasion—birthdays, weddings, graduations, or hosting special guests. It ain’t a party without Hisbist. And what better way to feed a crowd while helping guests feel at home than with fresh bread?

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Recipes: Bangladeshi Eggs Shahi Korma

Rich spices have dominated Bangladeshi cooking for centuries—in fact, Europeans have South Asia to thank for most of the flavours used today. This dish is a sweet-and-savoury meal that blends a wide variety of flavours Canadians often would not mix, but in the end work well!

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Recipe: Syrian Borak Zaitoon (Pepper & Olive Pot Pies)

Do you have new Syrian neighbours? Perhaps your neighbourhood or church is welcoming a resettled family into your community. Even an attempt at food that tastes-like-home can go a long way. Here’s an authentic appetizer that is easy to prepare to help you say ‘Welcome!’ to a Syrian family that is new to your area

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Breakfast of Champions - Desayuno Chapin

Desayuno Chapin is your classic Guatemalan breakfast, literally "Breakfast of Champions" (You know you deserve this!).

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