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Cultural Cooking: Rub Greens from Liberia

Cultural Cooking: Rub Greens from Liberia

This particular recipe is very important to Liberian culture because it has many nutrients. It helps build up our blood when it is very low, it is easy to prepare, and most of all it is loved by all Liberians. It is served at any time of day, but mostly during lunch and dinner meals. READ MORE>

Cultural Cooking: Jogaetang (Short-Necked Clam Soup) from South Korea

Cultural Cooking: Jogaetang (Short-Necked Clam Soup) from South Korea

Dr. Jinsoo Kim from PTPI's Pyongtaek, South Korea Community Chapter shared with us how to make a traditional Korean soup
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Cultural Cooking: Chicken Korma with Aloo from India

Cultural Cooking: Chicken Korma with Aloo from India

This recipe is commonly used in every household when chicken is being served. I grew up with this chicken dish. Every household has a minor variation in this recipe which is peculiar to their family.
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Cultural Cooking: Southern Pecan Pie from Florida, USA

Cultural Cooking: Southern Pecan Pie from Florida, USA

May Carroll “Mema” and Carl Melvin “Papa” Bennett teach us how to make a traditional Southern Pecan Pie from Florida READ MORE>

Cultural Cooking: Instant Coffee Cake from Romania

Cultural Cooking: Instant Coffee Cake from Romania

Adriana Bruma from our Roman, Romania Community Chapter shared her family's special Instant Coffee Cake recipe  READ MORE>

Cultural Cooking: Chicken Tortilla Soup from California, USA

Cultural Cooking: Chicken Tortilla Soup from California, USA

PTPI's Lake Arrowhead, California Chapter submitted a recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup. READ MORE>

Cultural Cooking: Bamia from Montenegro

Cultural Cooking: Bamia from Montenegro

PTPI's Podgorica, Montenegro Community Chapter teaches us how to make Bamia, a meat and okra stew from Ulcinj Cuisine READ MORE>

Cultural Cooking: Thiebou Djenne from Senegal

Cultural Cooking: Thiebou Djenne from Senegal

Djigo Bineta from PTPI's Dakar, Senegal Community Chapter shared with us how to make Thiebou djenne, a tradtional communal dish in Senegal.  READ MORE>