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Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Joy of Feeding 2013 - Part 3 of 3

Writing the last article on Joy of Feeding 2013 is making me sad knowing I have to wait a full year for the next one.

But we move on to the elegantly presented hot smoked salmons from Nlaka'pamux Interior Salish heritage.

A lovely bakeress from Scotland chose shortbread.

A simple yet authentic Scottish comfort food that everyone enjoyed in between other foods. 

I wonder how many you had to bake for this - seems harder work than my 800+ Meghlis.

If you thought shortbread cookies were decadent, chocolate lovers prepare to indulge in Serbia's treat.

Cokoladna Torta is a traditional chocolate walnut cake that looks like a major production. 

The cake is made mainly with eggs and assembled in four layers with the creamy chocolate filling.

Divine treat.

Sudan brought us their version of Molokhiya with Lamb.

I simply can eat Molokhiya every day. This version was a novelty given its variation from the Lebanese one with way less Molokhiya and the addition of tomato paste.

Last but not least is Turkey.

I had the pleasure to be stationed right next to Turkey which meant I was indulging on their lentil and bulger koftes all afternoon.

This is going to make a great appetizer for one of my upcoming summer parties - provided I stick to the recipe.

Difficult to describe given that it tastes like you are eating raw meat, but in reality it is all vegan and cooked.

Served in lettuce with a drizzle of lemon juice.

An exceptional cooking, eating and feeding experience. Thank you all cooks, organizers and sponsors for an amazing day.

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