We can’t travel internationally right now, but that doesn’t mean we can’t bring different cultures to you. Explore the world through our step-by-step recipes created by our cultural clubs and societies. All recipes use simple ingredients so you can easily make them at home. Better yet, share with your family or housemate or even your classmates via Zoom.
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Nothing says Italy like its food, and nothing says Italian food like freshly made pasta.
Chances are you've seen the whipped, glossy peaks of Dalgona coffee somewhere on your socials feed.
This may just be one of Japan’s most famous street foods!
Rolling your own sushi is easier than you think! And it’s really fun to make at home.
Ethiopia is known around the world mainly for it’s coffee culture, but it also boasts this notable spiced tea!
There are thousands of Mandu variations and these are mostly prepared by families as part of Korean Lunar New Year festivities as a symbol of good luck for the coming year.
A delish food option that is now available in almost any Indian restaurant around the world, but also a recipe you can easily whip up at home.
Bulgogi literally means “fire” and “meat,” and has origins dating back thousands of years, which was originally in the form marinated beef grilled on skewers.
Tsoureki is a traditional Greek Brioche recipe that is often made on Holy Thursday prior to Greek Orthodox Easter and eaten on Easter day.
Haleem is Pakistan’s most beloved and well known dish. Filled with gentle spices and warm flavours, this is a Pakistani favourite.
This sweet, jam roll is eaten all over the Balkans. These small cakes are so easy to eat and because of this, they are a common sweet at all events.