|Arepas con Pollo Adobado from Columbia or Venezuela|
Contributions ranged widely around the lower half of the globe: African peanut soup, South American chicken and beef dishes, a dish from Borneo, Indonesian salad with peanut sauce, and several selections from Australia and New Zealand. I didn't keep careful notes about all the foods, but I enjoyed every one that I tasted, especially those flavored with the spices from the spice islands and other southern places. A really delicious selection!
|Aussie vegemite sandwiches cut in the shapes of kangaroos and koala bears.|
|Explaining vegemite: "We hope nobody has tasted it before. Because if|
you have, we'll be taking these all home."
Each contributor presented a brief summary of his or her dish and its history.
|Explaining the arepas.|
|Anzac biscuits, supposedly invented during World War I to survive several weeks on a ship|
supplying the Australia-New Zealand Army Corps, or ANZAC, who were fighting in Europe.
|Explaining carrots with honey and cheese from Chile.|