International Foods and Ethnic Foods can bring flavor, ideas and fun to any aspiring chef or foodie.

Ethiopian Food

    • Injera Bread, Tibs, Stews and more

    • Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

Ethiopian food platter
Ethiopian food platter


Hungarian Food

  • Blood Sausage, Head Cheese, Klobasa and Mangalitsa Pig Meat

  • Hungarian Gulyas (Goulash) – all you wanted to know



Indian Food

  • Cucumber Raita (Cucumber in Yogurt)

  • Sweet and Sour Strawberry Snack


Mexican Food

  • Masa from the Cradle of Corn where Guatemala and Mexico meet

  • Making Corn a Super Food

  • Masa is the base of Mesoamerican food

  • Different tamale wrappers and fillings

  • Southern and Cleveland style tamales

  • How is lye used in cooking?

  • When would people make tamales?

  • First steps in making traditional tortillas and tamales

  • Next steps in making traditional tortillas and tamales

  • Grinding masa – the batter for tamales

  • Masa lasts a long time and is good for many things

  • Mexican food – every day and holidays

Russian Food

  • Shashlyk is like shish kabob and can be chicken, beef, pork, lamb and even fish. The meat is marinated and put on skewers and grilled on an open flame.

Pork Shoulder Shashlyk
Pork Shoulder Shashlyk
    • The Russian celebration of Maslenitsa also features Blini (crepes/pancakes) (maybe with a cup of Caviar), Baranki (pretzels), Pelmeni (dumplings), Sbiten (traditional hot herbal beverage) and Petushki (Russian lollipop).


Serbian Food

  • The national dish of Serbia is Ćevapi or ćevapčići a grilled dish of minced meat, a type of skinless sausage

  • Palatschinke (crepes) and Krofne (airy filled doughnuts) are also popular

Vietnamese Food

  • Vietnamese Chicken Cabbage Salad

  • Vietnamese Summer Rolls