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My Food Odyssey Cookbook

This cookbook contains all the recipes submitted for all the regions we have already visited: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; Republic of Albania; The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria; American Samoa (an unincorporated territory of the United States of America); Principality of Andorra; Republic of Angola;
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Recipe #497523

ZWT7 Africa. An intensely sweet dessert. Pretty much coconut candy. If you love shredded coconut, you’ll be in heaven. Make sure to add plenty of cinnamon; the warm spice rounds out the flavor. From,

Recipe #456608

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

Colorful Traditional West African Dish eaten with your fingers!

Recipe #173211

This recipe is from Wikipedia says that Muamba de Galinha is the national dish of Angola If you have 250ml canned palm soup base ('sauce graine' or 'noix de palme') or home-made nyembe sauce you can add it to this dish.

Recipe #415075

Posting for the ZWT 5 Times are approximate For the Spanish area. Catalan cooks from the rugged seacoast areas near Barcelona, Spain make this very soupy fish-and-potato stew with the catch of the day, usually some kind of white fish. Roughly translated, suquet means "juice" or "juicy." From Cooking Light

Recipe #369958

This is a Catalan dish, it was given to me by the publican of our local pub. Every Monday he prepares a different dish, and this particular one was especially delicious.

Recipe #205444

Oven fish dish, serve with french bread, garlick butter and lots of wine!

Recipe #10250

This recipe is from Wikipedia says that Escudella is the national dish of Andorra Pages, in Catalan, means peasant, rural, or rustic.

Recipe #415684

3 Reviews |  By Coasty

Anything with tapioca and you've got me. Sourced from

Recipe #458458

This hot and sour sauce which goes well with taro, breadfruit,and other starchy vegetables or any seafood dish. The sauce is used to accompany foods from Samoa, Fiji, Tahiti or Hawaii. Use coconut cream which has no added sugar, not cream of coconut used in cocktails. I find it at local Asian grocery stores.

Recipe #499820

This is the old-school version of this from

Recipe #501315

Pani popo is a Samoan sweet roll that has coconut (and if you like, pineapple) on the bottom. It is very popular throughout the islands, as many islands make different variations of the dish. Keeping your hands moist, will help with kneading the dough.

Recipe #209372

Prep Time:10 min Start to Finish:8 hr 10 min Makes:2 servings

Recipe #196296

I love this recipe! It's cheap, delicious and fast to prepare. It comes from an old boyfriend's mum. She is Samoan and a great cook. As this is a Samoan recipe, you can bet it's going to feed a small army.

Recipe #459380

adapted from the internet-posted for zw7

Recipe #457749

Borek is usually served in Algeria along side a soup (Chorba) during Ramadan. Borek has a crisp pastry on the outside and is oozing with cheese and meat inside, absolutely delicious.

Recipe #464566

2 Reviews |  By CJAY

Algerian green beans and almonds served as a side dish. I found this for ZWT 6. Algeria North Africa

Recipe #423293

I learned how to make this in France from some Algerian friends. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Recipe #184014

This is our family's traditional recipe, usually served with plain steamed couscous. As it takes quite a while, it is always a big event, everyone loves it! This is my first recipe, so be kind!! NOTE: If you cannot find Ras el Hanout in the stores, there are some recipes here on zaar! It is a mixture made of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, pepper and other spices. It can be omitted in this recipe, just go a little heavier on the other spices mentioned and add a pinch of cinnamon!

Recipe #182833

Yummy and creamy with lots of fresh flavor. You could use vegan "feta" cheese to make the salad completely vegan. This is a nice salad with roots in Albania. Recipe created by Kaylin on Kaylin's Kitchen blog.

Recipe #500019

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