After hours of planning and shopping at the local grocery store, we began our journey of cooking. We found our way to North America and began our exploration in Mexico for appetizers! A homemade sweet and spicy pineapple and mango salsa! This was to be enjoyed with homemade tortilla chips alongside a smoky red salsa.
Moving to our main course, we decided to head north to Canada! This group made an authentic, unforgettable poutine dish. This dish consisted of homemade fries, gravy, and cheese curds, yum!
Our second main dish took us to Honduras where we had the delight to consume traditional pork tamales. These corn husks provided us with the satisfaction of indulging in central american cuisine.
And to finish off our North American adventure, we came back home to America for a sweet yet tangy dish. The dessert on this fine excursion was a gluten-free lemon meringue pie. This pie had the bakers moving around to create this complicated and exquisite dish.
After a much needed taste test of all of the yummy morning dishes, we took a break and came back to Europe for a plethora of new flavors! We started with an Italian appetizer. This appetizer was a bruschetta and charcuterie board. There was homemade mozzarella cheese, and artisan quickbread.
The 1st main course took us to Spain for a family paella recipe. This recipe lacked rabbit and fish, but nonetheless, the chicken was satisfactory. Made in a fancy paella skillet, this sure had authenticity written all over it!
Our second main dish had us travel to England for a typical pub lunch meal of fish and chips. Deep fried fish and homemade fries, oops I mean chips, was lovely! I sure would fancy some fish and chips right about now!
And last but certainly not least, to finish our day with dessert from France. This dessert is typically a breakfast, but the sweetness allows for it to be a dessert. Our taste buds were blessed with nutella and fresh fruit crêpes! Au Revoir!