Global Kitchen

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Ropa vieja: Cuban comfort food

Ropa vieja is Spanish for “old clothes”—a nod to the dish’s frayed shreds of meat and vegetables...

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Destinations: Cuba

Moroccan tagine: Savor a taste of the Sahara

Tagine refers to both Morocco’s signature cooking vessel and the savory meals prepared in it...

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Destinations: Morocco

Pho: Vietnam’s street food staple

Pho (pronounced “fuh”)—a heady concoction of perfectly seasoned broth, meat, rice noodles, and a riot of colorful herbs and condiments—is the dish perhaps most associated with Vietnamese cuisine...

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Destinations: Laos, Vietnam

Tres leches: Central America’s favorite dessert

Pastel de tres leches—or “three-milk cake”—is a classic Latin American dessert named for its three star ingredients: condensed milk, evaporated milk, and heavy cream...

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Destinations: Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala

Okonomiyaki—a savory Japanese favorite

Loosely translated, okonomiyaki means “whatever you like” (okonomi), “grilled” (yaki)—and is best described as a cross between a pizza and an omelet...

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Destinations: Japan

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