Global Cuisine

Venison Stroganoff With Wild Mushrooms Recipe

Make a Russian stroganoff recipe with game meat
Apr 25, 2014 12:00 pm
venison stroganoff recipe

Stroganoff originated in mid-19th-century Russia and was named after the Stroganov family, a family of noble origin. Since then, many variations have been created all over the world. Whip up our recipe, which uses super-lean and flavorful venison instead of beef.

German Comfort Food: Grünkohl Recipe

A simple hearty kale dish straight from Germany
Apr 24, 2014 3:00 pm
recipe for grünkohl

NYC New American restaurant Hospoda is the place to be for beer-inspired (and paired) cuisine. In honor of #GermanyDay, we borrowed a recipe for grünkohl, a stewed kale and sausage dish that's a comfort food of Executive Chef Rene Stein.

Israeli Breakfast Of Champions: Shakshuka

This would look pretty nice on your brunch table
Apr 22, 2014 2:00 pm
Photo: Quentin Bacon

In Israel the word shakshuka is synonymous with breakfast. It's best with a slice or two of challah bread to sop up the juices. This is a version of chef Einat Admony's dad's recipe. 

Shrimp And Mountain Yam Tamago Recipe

A savory Japanese omelet recipe to make at home
Apr 21, 2014 3:00 pm
shrimp tamago recipe

Tamago, or "grilled egg," is a type of Japanese omelet. It can be served with rice and seaweed as nigiri, and is often enjoyed as a bridge between savory and sweet courses during a sushi meal. A particularly well-made piece of tamago can even bring one to tears. Just watch Jiro Dreams of Sushi. The recipe, after the jump.

Chicken Katsu Recipe

Japanese version of chicken nuggets from Sushi Seki
Apr 21, 2014 12:00 pm
chicken katsu recipe

This fried item was developed in Japan in the 20th century with Western Influence in mind. It's almost like a more upscale, Japanese version of chicken nuggets that Americans love, but we use panko to make the dish extra crispy and of course make sure to use good quality chicken so the meat is moist. The recipe, after the jump.

Decoding Peruvian Food: 5 Ways To Think Beyond Ceviche And Choco-Tourism

Get hungry for Chinese, Japanese and big desserts
Apr 11, 2014 9:00 am

Despite Peruvian cuisine coming into its own as a universally recognized gastronomic bounty, surprisingly few folks know much about Peruvian cuisine beyond guinea pigs and Pisco. In the second part of decoding the mysteries of Peru's vast culinary history and refined present, we dive into the country's Chifa and Nikkei cuisine, choco-tourism and of course, ceviche. 

Decoding Peruvian Food: 6 Ways To Think Beyond Pisco And Guinea Pigs

Purple beer, Spanish rice, Pisco, "potato heaven"
Apr 8, 2014 11:00 am

In the first part of decoding the mysteries of Peru's vast culinary history and refined present, we dive into the country's national spirit as well as purple beer, quinoa and the wide world of potatoes. 

Lebanese Kibbeh With Lemon Tahini Recipe

Make these delicious Middle Eastern fried meatballs
Mar 13, 2014 12:00 pm
lebanese kibbe
Photo: Jonathan Gregson

Culinary authority Ghillie James' new book, Amazing Grains, is full of sweet and savory recipes for any meal of the day. Learning how to work with a variety of grains — and there are a lot — will expand your cooking repertoire without breaking the bank. Make these meaty Middle Eastern bites as an appetizer or main course.

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