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  1. Canadian Food, the Cuisine of Many Regions

    Canadian cuisine has been shaped and impacted by continual waves of immigration. Original dishes stem from Native Americans and Inuit and then incorporate French and British influences in. The cooking styles of Canada differ from region to region so there...
  2. Brussels Sprouts

    Brussels sprouts are in the Brassicaceae family which includes cabbage, collards, broccoli, kale and kohlrabi. They are a cold-hardy biennial that is cultivated for its small leafy green buds. These bud-shaped sprouts, which resemble miniature cabbages, grow in a spiral...
  3. Cambodian Food, the New Must-Try Dishes of Asia

    Cambodian dishes are flavorful and easy to make while sharing some characteristics with Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai Cuisines. With its tropical plains and mountains, Cambodia grows rice, maize, vegetables and sugar cane. Fish and shellfish are preferred and many...
  4. How to make the most of your Christmas Menus

    The disposal of unused food reaches a peak over the Christmas period. This guide provides some simple recipes which will help you to use up excess food and leftovers. Before the season starts it is worth doing some pre-Christmas planning...
  5. Traditional Brazilian Food Recipes

    Brazilian food is a mouth watering mixture of spices and ingredients brought into Brazil by many different cultures over the years. Brazilian food recipes include elements from a number of different cultures, including Italian, Spanish and oriental to create an...
  6. Bolivian Food, the Jewel of South American Cuisine

    Bolivian dishes are similar to other South American dishes and use native staples of potatoes, corn and beans paired with rice, wheat and meat. The cooking styles in Bolivia differ between the highland and lowland regions so there are many...
  7. British Food, the Diverse Cuisine of Many Cultures

    British food has so many traditional specialties spread throughout England like Yorkshire pudding, gingerbread, Cumberland sausage and apple cider.  In the farmland that covers much of England, farmers grow staples like potatoes, barley, wheat, sugar beets, oats, and fruits. There...
  8. Traditional Christmas Food Recipes

    There are some Counties in England, whose Customs are never to be set aside and our Friends in Cumberland, as well as some of our Neighbours in Lancashire, and else-where, keep them up. It is a Custom with us every...


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