Taste Of Diversity

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Taste Of Diversity
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Learn garlic's many secrets in this special episode. Garlic can be used to make hundreds of dishes, including beer and... garlic ice cream. Would you dare to try it?

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Chef Douglas Ling shows us how to make classic jerk chicken with a special sauce. Then, we'll visit Karlene and Nadine, two home cooks who prepare a mackerel run down with Jamaican carrot juice.
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Amr prepares a one-thousand-year-old Egyptian sandwich called Ta'ameya, and a popular family homecooked dish named Besarah.
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Why does the preparation of one of the most popular Philippine dishes called Sisi look like a horror movie? And what is the secret ingredient for the most delicious Philippine dessert? Learn it all in this delicious episode!
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Canada is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, and therefore has a lot to offer when it comes to food. Follow chef Eoin as he makes the most delicious traditional buttermilk pancakes, a farm burger, and the crown jewel of Canadian cuisine - poutine.
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Sahar welcomes us into her home and shares some of the secrets of Persian cuisine, starting with the Persian classic Zereshk Polo Ba Morgh, a very popular barley soup.
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Ukrainian cuisine is one of the jewels of Eastern Europe, from dishes like borscht, to Perogies. Olga shares the tradition of passing on cooking techniques and recipes to ensure that Ukrainian cuisine lives on.
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Learn the secrets of Japanese cuisine, see how to handle a knife masterfully and discover why all plates on Japanese table have a different shape. Come into the wonderful world of Japanese cuisine, and taste the diversity.
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Carlos Oliveira and his family run a popular Portuguese restaurant in the heart of Toronto, Canada. Carlos takes pride in cooking with some of the oldest ingredients in Portuguese cuisine.
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Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette of the Anishnawbe and Algonquin Mink clan is on a journey to bring back the Anishnawbe national food to his community.
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