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curried-lamb-samoosas-with-chutney-dip

Curried Lamb Samoosas with Chutney Dip

Samoosas, which originated in East India as “sarnosas,” are meat- or vegetable-filled pastries. They are popular as snacks in much of eas...

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spicy-fried-plantain

Spicy Fried Plantain

Plantain in various guises is a popular snack throughout West Africa and the Caribbean. This variation was contributed by Dee Dee Dailey.

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antiguan-pepper-pot

Antiguan Pepper Pot

Pepper pot is an American Indian dish that originated in Guyana, where it is a national dish. “I remember my grandmother would wrap a cl...

by Eric V. Copage

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chili-texas-style

Chili Texas Style

No self-respecting Texan would be caught dead serving chili with all ground beef. And Hiram Bonner, who contributed this recipe, is no ex...

by Eric V. Copage

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curried-beef-casserole

Curried Beef Casserole

This famous South African dish was introduced to that cuisine via Indonesia, which was also a Dutch colony

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fresh-pork-roast-adobo

Fresh Pork Roast Adobo

Pork is the most reviled, and yet the most praised, food there is. If you like it, this subtly spiced dish will hit the spot.

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north-african-cornish-hens

North African Cornish Hens

Perhaps the most aromatic cuisine in the world comes from northern Africa, where every dish is a symphony of spices.

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jambalaya-classique

Jambalaya Classique

Linguists claim that the word jambalaya comes from jamon, the Spanish word for ham, one of the main ingredients in the first jambalayas. ...

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pigeon-peas-and-rice

Pigeon Peas and Rice

“This is the traditional main dish in Puerto Rico,” says Saalik Cuevas. “If you don’t have it at your birthday, your wedding, or as part ...

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christians-and-moors-black-beans-and-rice

 “Christians and Moors” (Black Beans and Rice)

“Cristianos y Moros” refers to the white and black colors of the dish, which relate to the skin colors of the Christians and Moors in his...

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