Global Kitchen

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Creature comforts from Budapest

It may officially be spring, but winter's lingering bluster here in Boston makes this recipe all the more enticing. Whether you're looking to warm up on a chilly day, to lift your spirits, or to be reminded of home—soup can revive your body and soothe your soul. The satisfying bowl that top-rated Program Director and Budapest native, Krisztina Almasi, turns to time and again is Hungarian mushroom soup, also known as gomba leves...

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Destinations: Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic

Distinctly Corsican cuisine

Corsica boasts a captivating culture all its own and a stunningly diverse landscape. And while this 100-mile long island is nestled close to Italy, a country with which it shares deep roots, it is actually part of France, and has been for two centuries...

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Destinations: Italy, France

Savory or sweet—scones are a treat

Since the British ritual of “afternoon tea” was created some 200 years ago—likely by the hungry and impatient Duchess of Bedford—the scone has since become the perfect complement to that mid-day cup of brew...

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Destinations: England, Wales

Sugar & spice

Just as varietals of wine vary throughout countries and climates, the base spirit for gluhwein (spiced wine) varies depending upon what’s popular in vineyards along Europe’s most treasured rivers...

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Warm family recipes

I’ll never forget the first time Alan’s mother shared her secret cookie recipe with me—I felt like I was officially part of the family, even though he and I were still dating. That’s why the legend of Poland’s Torun gingerbread intrigues me. Dating back to the 14th century, these icons of Polish cuisine are considered a delicacy and confectioners regarded the recipe for the spicy but sweet treat fiercely. Bakers in neighboring Germany got in on the act and the countries didn’t call a truce until almost two centuries later...

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