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Aloha and welcome to our International Education Week page!

International Education Week is November 16-20 and the library's theme for this year is: Global Gourmet.

Delve into culinary history, explore different food cultures from the Academic Video Online (AVON) database, and browse through featured cookbooks--it may inspire you to create dishes from places you want to visit or remind you of where you've been.

Do you have a favorite recipe from your hometown or country? Please share it in our Global Gourmet Padlet below!

Online Videos

101 fast foods that changed the world

101 fast foods that changed the world

HISTORY's award-winning original specials explore the people, places, and events that have shaped who we are today. Across borders, cultures and time, food is one thing that all people share.

Feast on Budapest

Feast on Budapest

Meet the fine dining chefs revolutionising Hungarian cuisine, dishing up cutting edge technology and high-quality local ingredients to inject a modern twist on traditional dishes.

Fish from Inuit regions

Fish from Inuit Regions

Malaya travels to the three regions in Nunavut to meet Inuit who share their favourite fish recipes – from popcorn fish in Yellowknife, baked arctic char with mayonnaise in Baker Lake and broccoli char chowder in Iqaluit.

Cooking Guam style

Cooking Guam Style

In this short documentary, Guam chef Peter Duenas shares his passion for cooking with unique recreations of traditional local favourites.

Vicky Lau - Hong Kong to Hangzhou, China

Vicky Lau - Hong Kong to Hangzhou, China

Hong Kong Chef Vicky Lau is a storyteller. Her food with refined French techniques and artistic precision expresses Lau's inspirations and experiences.

Singapore Food Safari

On this episode of Food Safari, produced by Maeve O'Meara, discovers Singaporean food.

Shinobu Namae - Kyoto

Shinobu Namae : Kyoto

CNN takes you on a Culinary Journey with two Michelin-star chef Shinobu Namae to discover how Japan's rich history of hospitality is simply a way of life. One of the traditions at the heart of Japanese hospitality is the tea ceremony.

Food in the Muslim World

Food in the Muslim World

Asia is home to the world's four major religions; one of them, Islam. United in their worship of Allah, in this program we learn of another way they are united; Food which embodies Islam. From the desserts of Iran to Bhiriyani of India, and Indonesia, we see a variety of Muslim cuisines throughout Asia.

No Passport Required: New Orleans

New Orleans is known for being one of the most vibrant food cities in America, thanks in part to the Vietnamese community's culinary contributions. Alongside Peter Nguyen and Tung Nguyen, Marcus sees how young chefs are taking culinary traditions and translating them for a new, multicultural generation.

Reuben Riffel - South Africa

Reuben Riffel - South Africa

After a quick switch from the construction industry to the kitchen, South African chef Reuben Riffel built an impressive reputation at his harbour-front restaurant, Reuben's at One & Only, before becoming one of the most recognisable faces in the country.

Cook eBooks

Leeward Community College Events

Office of International Programs' 2020 International Education Week Flyer

Visit our Office of International Programs' 2020 International Education Week page to view campus events!

For more information about International Education Week activities, please contact:

Office of International Programs
Phone: (808) 455-0505

Global Gourmet Padlet

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Recipes across the globe!

Click the list icon (bottom right corner of map) to view a list of recipes others have shared

If you click on a post to see the recipe but the list is blocking your view, click on the list icon again to hide it

Click the new window icon (top right corner of map) to open up the Padlet and post your own recipe

Although you are able to add your post on this page, it will be easier to add and edit your post if the map is at full screen

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