Recipes

Vigorón Recipe Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Vigorón Recipe Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Vigorón is a stunning, traditional, authentic Nicaraguan salad dish made from yuca (cassava), cabbage and pork rind. It feels and tastes so wonderfully Central and Latin American with its use of the yuca plant and a fresh lime flavour. Vigorón mostly consists of a light […]

Guyanese Pepperpot Recipe | Guyana

Guyanese Pepperpot Recipe | Guyana

This Guyanese Pepperpot recipe is the number one traditional dish of Guyana, and is considered to be the national dish. Pepperpot is essentially a meat stew dish that uses Cassareep (a sticky black sauce made from cassava root)to give it it’s strong, aromatic flavor. Being […]

Canjeero/Anjero recipe (Somalian injera) | Somalia

Canjeero/Anjero recipe (Somalian injera) | Somalia

“Canjeero?!“ I hear you say. “I’ve heard of Injera, but never canjeero, are you sure you’re not confused?”. Very sure! In fact, canjeero (sometimes called anjero, canjeelo, lahoh or laxoox); and Injera are cousins. Whilst Injera is the famous Ethiopian food and method of eating; […]

Authentic Pacific Kava Drink Recipe

Authentic Pacific Kava Drink Recipe

This kava drink recipe is consumed throughout the Pacific islands, made from the ground roots of the yagona plant. It offers some of the most interesting insights into traditions, culture and the rituals among the cultures who consume it. The effects of this traditional kava drink […]

Canadian Stuffed Moose Heart Recipe

Canadian Stuffed Moose Heart Recipe

This stuffed moose heart recipe just sounds like the stereotype of traditional Canadian life, just the word ‘moose’ conjures up images of Canada, although of course Canada is a little more 3-dimensional than just moose, poutine and being polite. However, despite moose being very unsurprising, you […]

Deep fried butter balls recipe | USA

Deep fried butter balls recipe | USA

In the USA they eat deep fried butter balls. So if you love clogged arteries or you’ve simply lost the will to live, then this deep fried butter recipe is for you! Yes that’s right, this fried butter recipe which was featured at the Iowa […]

Authentic Colombian Changua Recipe (Egg & Milk Soup)

Authentic Colombian Changua Recipe (Egg & Milk Soup)

This Colombian Changua recipe is so super easy to make and so very authentically Colombian. A typical breakfast meal eaten throughout Colombia, it’s also considered to be a hangover cure. Changua is quite simply an egg and milk soup, but it’s warming, hearty and absolutely […]

Stewed Kapenta (Matemba) with Sadza | Zimbabwean/Zambian

Stewed Kapenta (Matemba) with Sadza | Zimbabwean/Zambian

Kapenta (or matemba as it is locally pronounced) is a beautiful fish that is eaten almost exclusively in the African regions of Zimbabwe and Zambia due to the large fisheries that harvest them in the nearby Lake Kariba. Traditionally, before cooking the kapenta is dried in […]

Thai Goong Ten – Dancing Shrimp Recipe (Live Shrimp)

Thai Goong Ten – Dancing Shrimp Recipe (Live Shrimp)

Goong Ten is a delicacy from Thailand that roughly translates as dancing shrimp. Why? Well because the shrimp are still alive! And I’m sure you’d be fidgeting too if I covered you in sauce and served you to a customer, so don’t judge. In all seriousness though, […]

Authentic Snake Soup Recipe | Chinese/Cantonese

Authentic Snake Soup Recipe | Chinese/Cantonese

Snake soup is a 2,000 year old Chinese/Cantonese delicacy eaten in China and other parts of Eastern Asia. It may sound disgusting but snake meat is a light pink color with a texture similar to that of fish. Combined with meat stock, herbs, spices and […]

Peruvian Anticuchos (Beef Cow Heart) skewers with yellow pepper sauce recipe

Peruvian Anticuchos (Beef Cow Heart) skewers with yellow pepper sauce recipe

Anticuchos (cow heart) skewers are an absolute staple of Peruvian cuisine. Not only can you find them all over Peru served from street food carts, but they’re also cooked at home and eaten as a typical Peruvian meal. The aji sauce is the hero of […]

Brazilian Buchada de Bode (Goat’s intestines) Recipe

Brazilian Buchada de Bode (Goat’s intestines) Recipe

Buchada de Bode is a Brazilian recipe that utilises the intestines of a kid goat, cooked and served in the goat’s stomach. Ever-resourceful in South America, where they are also known for eating rodents such as Guinea Pig (cuy) or Capybara. Buchada de Bode is most typically […]