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3 Too Many Cooks - International Day of Cooking + Giveaway


International Day of Cooking



It was a hard choice to come up with our ‘International Recipe’ post. Food is a very social thing for my sist3rs and me, and I love all food, pretty much, which is why I bust it so hard at the gym--so I don’t bust it in my pants!

Alrighty! I reside in Edmonton--home of many Ukranians and even more Ukranian jokes…such as this one:

A Ukranian immigrant goes to the Department of Motor Vehicles to apply for a driver’s license. He has to take an eye test. The clerk shows him a card with the letters:

C Z W I X N O S T A C Z

“Can you read this?” the clerk asks.

“Read it?” the Ukranian guy replies, “I know the guy.”






Perogies

Sist3rs.Net – International – Ukranian – Perogies

See Perogies on Key Ingredient.


...Amazing comfort food.


This is a recipe that Reno-Man’s Mom makes. I love it!! She makes it with the huge Macaroni. It is so yummy…I would even crave it if I wasn’t pregnant!! Of course…It is GREEK.







Pastitsio

See Pastitsio on Key Ingredient.




Lise, your recipe reminds me of when you visited me in India. I wished you could have have pulled a bag of frozen perogies out of your suitcase upon arrival--not that I didn't appreciate the bagels and English muffins! Making perogies from scratch in my dungeon/kitchen in India with you is one of my fondest memories of my time there.

I love international food. We've even planned vacations around what we'd like to eat. I kid you not.

JB would not let me share his recipe for Donairs--a Lebanese dish, which is popular in eastern Canada. It's similar to Gyros and Donar Kebabs--but not quite. I found a recipe at Recipezaar.com which looks similar--but not quite.

I thought we would try something new in posting our recipes...what do you think of Key Ingredient? Fear not--these three recipes will still be available to download and print on our snazzy custom recipe cards (see below).

What's your favorite International food? We would love your recipe!



Donairs

Sist3rs.Net – International – Lebanese – Donairs

See Donairs on Key Ingredient.




Sound yummy? Download and print the free International Day recipe cards!






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4 Many cooks in the kitchen? 5 Many cooks in the kitchen?
What dish would you bring to this potluck? Add your recipe in the comments section!


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