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Pho: Vietnamese Soup for Morning, Noon or Night
Eggs, bacon, pancakes and cereal might be what comes to mind when you think about a traditional breakfast. In Vietnam, however, the day begins with bright and nourishing pho — bowls of broth, a tangle of rice noodles and an accompanying plate of fresh bean sprouts, slices of lime and jalapeno, purple basil, scallions and cilantro.
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Explore Israel's Flavors for Independence Day
Each spring, the people of Israel celebrate the country's establishment as a sovereign state and Jewish homeland.
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Create Your Own Fiesta for Cinco de Mayo
The perfect excuse for a Mexican-themed dinner, Cinco de Mayo is a fiesta just waiting to happen.
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Cuisine on Tour: The Philippines
Exotic and enticing, the food of the Philippines is similar to that of its Thai and Vietnamese neighbors, but is inflected with influences ranging from Spanish to Malaysian to Indian.
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A Thoroughly Modern Passover
This April, families will gather to celebrate the ancient Jewish holiday of Passover.
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Cuisine on Tour: Ireland
Ireland is known for its comfort foods, from corned beef and cabbage to beef stew to soda bread, along with the ubiquitous potato. You can update these traditional dishes with a dash of seasonings and a sprinkling of imagination.
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Celebrate Chinese New Year with this Fortune-Filled Menu
Just around the time our last New Year's resolution bites the dust, Chinese culture gives us something to celebrate. A holiday with a lot more to it than the turning of the calendar, Chinese New Year is a time for celebrating family, delighting in good food, and ushering in good fortune, longevity, wealth and health.
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Cuisine On Tour: Japan
Adding a little Japanese creativity into your cooking is more simple than it sounds.
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Taste the World: Africa
Join us on a Spice Islands® spices journey of flavor across the wide world of African cuisine.
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Kwanzaa Cuisine
From December 26 through January 1, Kwanzaa honors African heritage in African-American culture through seven guiding principles, with each day dedicated to a single one.
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Celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes This Christmas Eve
Italian-Americans might not be able to agree on the origins or fine details of the traditional Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes, but there's no doubt about its essentials: an abundance of fish and creatures from the sea, consumed with plenty of good wine.
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Give Your Cooking a Kick With Korean Flavors
Packing a one-two umami-spice punch, Korean food is the new darling of the culinary world for good reason.
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Light Up the Table With Diwali-Inspired Dishes
November 11, 2015, ushers in Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights.
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Día Delights
Looking for a fall celebration that's more delicious than a bagful of stale Halloween candy? Dating back centuries with roots in an Aztec festival, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday that brings friends and family together to remember and honor the deceased. Like any holiday worth its salt, the celebration centers on food—especially dishes beloved by the departed.
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Forbidden Fruit No Longer: Exploring the Tastes of Cuba
With travel restrictions lifted, millions of Americans will finally have the opportunity to discover why Cuba is hot, hot, hot! A short hop from the United States, there's nowhere in the world quite like the capital city of Havana, with its faded glamour, colonial architecture, vintage cars, romantic music, cool mojitos and tropical cuisine.
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Boo Around the World
It's that time of year when spirits roam the earth and children scour the neighborhoods in search of the best candy bars.
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Oktoberfest Abroad And At Home
Every year, more than 5 million visitors flock to Munich, Germany, to get in on the Oktoberfest action.