International Recipe Contest
WINNERS ANNOUNCED!
There's nothing like spicing up your life with colourful dishes from around the world! With our international food recipe contest, we opened our minds to new flavours, textures, and cultures. While travelling near and far is on hold, we are still getting enjoyment of exotic food experiences from the comfort of our homes while dreaming about experiencing it first hand in the future. If any of these food inspired destinations have piqued your interest, keep the wanderlust alive by joining one of our wish lists. We'll send you destination specific ideas to help you with future planning!

Thank you to all who submitted your favourite international recipes! We are excited to announce the three winners that have been drawn. These winning recipes will give our spice rack and tastebuds a serious workout!

Stay tuned on our Facebook , Instagram , and Twitter pages where we will share these recipes over the next few days. Enjoy!
And Our Three Winners Are...
Patricia Coulter
Peruvian Ceviche
" My entry is a low fat appetizer which was first enjoyed at a welcome dinner at Huaca Pucllana in Lima, Peru. We also saw a chef prepare it at a food market. "
Diane Seary
South African Bobotie
" This recipe was given to me by my mother-in-law, it's a South African dish which I have made numerous times. I have shared it with my children and many friends. "
Gwen Morse
Moroccan Haira Soup
"Haira soup seems to be everywhere in Morocco and we love it! I have made this soup in my instant pot, but it could easily be made on a stovetop."
Congratulations to the lucky winners who will receive one of three exciting recipe books.
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