INTERNATIONAL FLAVORS
Global Family Traditions 

Our exclusive kitchen collections were inspired by recipes passed down from one generation
of cooks to the next – from grandparents, to parents, to children. Discover authentic flavors
and family traditions from around the world as four leading chefs trace their culinary roots.

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Cooking with Dad

“Rice dishes like paella are important to me as
a chef and a father because I used to cook them
side-by-side with my father. Now, my daughters are
growing up helping me make paella on the weekends.”

 José Andrés
Chef and Owner of ThinkFoodGroup
and Jaleo by José Andrés

 

 

 

FEATURED RECIPE
Arroz de Bogavante >

 

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Cooking with Mom

“Cooking with my mom allows me an opportunity
to connect with her culture and my own
background, and it gives me a sense of who
I am as a Thai American.”

Max Borthwick
Co-Owner of Thaifusions Seattle

 

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Cooking with Kids

“I love cooking with my son whenever I can.
More than any recipe or technique that I show him,
I hope that he remembers the memories of the time
we spent together in the kitchen.”

Ray Garcia
Chef and Owner of B.S. Taqueria and
Broken Spanish in Los Angeles

 

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Cooking with Grandma

“In India we had a temple with community
kitchens, and my grandmum would take me
there to volunteer. My understanding of the
power of food came from there, where the whole
community helped to feed the hungry.”

Vikas Khanna
Chef at Junoon Restaurant in New York