Great Food From Asia, Europe & Latin America: 36 Recipes

Year in Review: July 2010

All of us here at The Kitchn are eager to try new recipes — especially ones from cultures different from our own. Some of us delve into one cuisine to learn it well; Kathryn went deep into Japanese cooking, for instance. Laure often draws on her own French heritage. Others of us visit new places and bring back fresh inspiration. In July we focused on international cooking, so as we review the past year, here are some of our favorite meals and recipes inspired by the cooking outside our own country.

• 1 Thai Mango with Coconut Sticky Rice
• 2 Thai Green Mango Salad
• 3 Spicy Tuna Bowl
• 4 Umeshu (Japanese Plum Liqueur)
• 5 Zucchini and Olive Breakfast Cake, French-StyleRECIPES INSPIRED BY EAST ASIA
• 6 Slow Cooker Coconut and Green Curry Pork
• 7 Sarah Marx Feldner's Udon Soup with Chicken Meatballs
• 8 Vegetarian Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Crêpes)
• 9 Pork Sinigang Soup
• 10 Matsutake Dobin Mushi
• 11 Pork Gyozas
• 12 Nabemono
• 13 Sukiyaki
• 14 My First Kimchi-Making Experience

• 15 Sweet Lassi & Mango Dessert for Ramadan
• 16 Simple South Indian Recipe: Pongal
• 17 Savory South Indian Soul Food: Khara Bath
• 18 Sweet South Indian Soul Food: Kesari Bath
• 19 Make-Ahead Indian Dahl
• 20 Easy, Tasty Chickpea Curry

• 21 Paule Caillat's 3-Cheese Soufflé
• 22 Jehnee's Sweet Crepe Recipe
• 23 Pistachio-Lemon Langues de Chat (Cat's Tongues)
• 24 How To Make French Madeleines
• 25 A Recipe from Provence: Nougat de Montelimar
• 26 Molly O'Neill's (and Aunt Kajal's!) Baaghlava
• 27 Egyptian Tomato Soup
• 28 How To Make Preserved Lemons
• 29 Straccetti con Rucola e Funghi
• 30 Polvo à Lagareiro

• 31 How To Make Sopes: Plus a Vegetarian Topping Recipe
• 32 Recipe for Mexican Independence Day: Chiles en Nogada
• 33 Authentic Mexican Recipe: Enchiladas Verdes
• 34 Coconut and Mango Rice Pudding Pops
• 35 Aguas Frescas
• 36 Tex-Mex Migas

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Welcome to The Kitchn's end-of-year roundup! We are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the last year, including lots of recipes. We are also shaking out our reader mailbag, and giving you a few more great guest posts from our friends.

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