Food Storytelling Collective presents “Cooking for Peace” Recipe Series: Part 4 Featuring Bengali Fish Curry

— Written in collaboration with Dr. Zulfiya Tursunova, Sharmin Ahmad, Gerry Lor, and Phian Tran For the fourth and final part of Food Storytelling Collective’s “Cooking for Peace” Recipe series, we present Sharmin Ahmad’s recipe for Bengali Fish Curry with tomato and dill, which she prepared with her son Taj Iman Ahmad Ibn Munir. Sharmin…

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Food Storytelling Collective presents “Cooking for Peace” Recipe Series: Part 3 Featuring Tatar Zur Belish

For the third part of Food Storytelling Collective’s “Cooking for Peace” Recipe series, we’ll be sharing a Tatar recipe for Zur Belish, provided by Rushana Rakhimova. Rushana was born in Tatarstan. She is a nurse who honors her culture, language, and traditions by passing them onto her three-year old son, Abraham.

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Food Storytelling Collective presents “Cooking for Peace” Recipe Series: Part 2 Featuring Uzbek Dimlama

We’re back for Part 2 of Food Storytelling Collective’s “Cooking for Peace” Recipe series! This recipe is for Dimlama, a traditional dish from Uzbekistan. It was shared by Aziza Eiffe, who is a proud mother of two kids and the youngest is one month old. She loves hiking and is a big foodie exploring different cultures.

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