How can the love of food help the refugees of the world? Read on to find out!
With so many displaced people around the world, Julie Van Rosendaal came up with the idea of creating an ebook to raise money for an organization that supports refugees. It was to be a book to celebrate cultural histories with food. After a call out for recipes, the submissions were more than what would fit in one book. Volume 1, which includes Starters and Mains, is the first in a series of
collections of family recipes, celebrating everyone’s backgrounds.
For only $5, you will get a pdf of this fabulous cookbook filled with recipes from the heart all while supporting UNHCR Canada – the UN Refugee Agency.
Julie and a team of volunteers put together this beautiful book. Below is the list of recipes in the book. I can’t wait to get cooking! Click here to get your copy!
1. Cazuela De Pollo (Chilean Chicken Stew)
3. French Canadian Tourtiere
4. British Baked Beans Meet Punjab
5. Macaroni & Cheese
6. Baba’s Pyrohy
7. Turnip Cake/Lo Bok Cake/Radish Cake/Daikon Cake
8. Chestnut & Sausage Unstuffing
9. Grandma Elizabeth’s Turkey Stuffing
11. Lemon-Ginger Salmon
12. Big Mac Sauce
13. Cac Pizza
14. Cucumber Salad
15. Caesar Salad
16. Butternut Squash & Coconut Ginger SOup
17. Slow Cooked Blackeyed Peas and Ham Hocks with Wild Greens
18. Dutch Oven Cooked Meal
19. Grandma Leggett’s Beef Carbonnade
20. Nana’s Sandwich Spread
21. Mary’s Ukrainian Noodles
22. Maple Bacon Mac N’ Cheese
23. Hungarian Chicken Paprika
24. Chicken Birayani
25. Beet Leaf Rolls or ‘Beetniks’
26. Cod Filets Thermidor
27. Mom’s Spareribs
28. Red Chicken
29. Grandma Gerry’s Tomato Relish
31. Syrian Tabbouleh