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April is Celebrate Diversity Month, a celebration to recognize and honor the diversity surrounding us all. By celebrating differences and similarities, we hope people will gain a deeper understanding of each other. It is important that we find value in each other's experiences, differences, and unique characteristics as it enables us to respond with relevance, empathy, and compassion.

In trying to come up with a way for everyone to be able to share their background, we decided it would be fun to create a cookbook made up of recipes submitted by our #unstoppable associates.

April is Celebrate Diversity Month, a celebration to recognize and honor the diversity surrounding us all. By celebrating differences and similarities, we hope people will gain a deeper understanding of each other. It is important that we find value in each other's experiences, differences, and unique characteristics as it enables us to respond with relevance, empathy, and compassion.

In trying to come up with a way for everyone to be able to share their background, we decided it would be fun to create a cookbook made up of recipes submitted by our #unstoppable associates.
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Biscochos (Biscochitos) by Julie Ewer
 
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Round loaf (погача/питка) by Sabina Hristova
 
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Chubrenki by Ralina Shabanova
 
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Chocolate Chip Cookies by Sterling Loucks
 
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Homemade Sweet Chili Sauce by Debora Tonova
 
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All Day Spaghetti Sauce by Heather Williams
 
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Pecan Blue Cheese Dip by Jason Harmon
 
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Musaka by Neli Stoyanova
 
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GF Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies by Betsy Fish
 
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Sabzi Polo (Samin Nosrat) by Mina Izadi
 
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Brunch Egg Bake by Bret Morrison
 
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Granny's Sweet Potato Pie by Latoya Gary
 
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Chaa (not Chai) by Priya Manhas
 
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Tito's Ish Salsa by Stephen Wayman
 



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Biscochos (Biscochitos) by Julie Ewer
This is one of our family’s traditional Christmas cookies. My mom has been making these ever since I can remember. This same recipe has been passed down from generation to generation. Since the first Spanish colonists rode into the state, biscochos have been a NM tradition for memorable occasions such as weddings, quinceñeras, and Navidad. The holidays just would not be the same without them.

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Round loaf (погача/питка) by Sabina Hristova
In Bulgaria, we make Round loaf for holidays associated with love, family and fertility. Even at a wedding we make Round loaf. The newlyweds break it and in which is the larger piece, he will command at home. This bread is a symbol of abundance and gathers the whole family around the table.

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Chubrenki by Ralina Shabanova
It brings the whole family together in the morning no matter how busy your day will be or how hectic is your life. It is like calmness and comfort before the storm of the everyday life. So enjoy every minute with your close ones.

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Chocolate Chip Cookies by Sterling Loucks
My wife (and kids too now) make this recipe to share with family for holidays and events.

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Homemade Sweet Chili Sauce by Debora Tonova
It's not a traditional Bulgarian dish, but it tastes much better than the one in the supermarkets. We are serving this with some nachos, different varieties of snacks etc.

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All Day Spaghetti Sauce by Heather Williams
My mom's side of the family immigrated from Ireland just before World War I. Staying connected with family was a cornerstone of family traditions. Family dinner night was an extension of this. This dinner according to my Grandmother was a mandatory event with the exception for military deployments or first responders in our family. At least twice a month we come together to have dinner (zoom attendance or a phone call during dinner has occurred for family members that are not local). My Grandmother would make sure the tradition occurred despite physical distance. Our rule when not physically able to be there was to cook and eat the same meal as well. My grandmother is no longer with us but the dinners still occur. This particular recipe was actually my Great Grandmother's that has been passed on in our family, and was one of the first dishes she learned to make America.

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Pecan Blue Cheese Dip by Jason Harmon
Something my Grandma used to make for all family gatherings. Always reminds me of her.

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Musaka by Neli Stoyanova
The musaka is a traditional dish in the Balkans. Above is the recipe for the musaka in Bulgaria. You can also eat musaka in Greece, but instead of potatoes, there will be aubergines. In Turkey, your musaka will have zucchini in it. The dish has different local variations but is common for most of the countries in the region. It could be used as a metaphor for all of us having our own cultural nuances, but still sharing a common history and origin.

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GF Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies by Betsy Fish
I love to bake for my friends and family, yet when I developed a sensitivity to gluten and dairy products, I had to relearn how to make some of my favorite recipes. I was happy to find this recipe, with simple ingredients and a satisfying taste.

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Sabzi Polo (Samin Nosrat) by Mina Izadi
I love Iranian mixed rice dishes. I also love that this is Samin Nosrat's recipe. She is a Persian woman, chef, author, as well as the host and producer of the award winning book and Netflix special Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. Her focus is elevating women who often do most the cooking but don't get the attention of being the culinary experts. BTW, picture is not mine as I don't normally take pictures of food I cook.

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Brunch Egg Bake by Bret Morrison
This is a dish I make for Easter and Christmas brunches.

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Granny's Sweet Potato Pie by Latoya Gary
This recipe is culturally important because it was my Granny's recipe. We have a tradition of big family holiday meals, that was started with my grandparents. I have so many wonderful memories of helping my grandmother crack the eggs and peel the potatoes for this pie. Now that my grandmother is no longer with us, we pass the recipe around during the holidays so everyone can have a piece of her at their holiday meal. Every time I make this recipe with my daughter, I think of her. It's a memory I hope to continue to pass down and someday I can make it with my grandkids. The picture is the one we pass around of the recipe written by my grandmother. I'm so excited to share it with my Ingram Family!

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Chaa (not Chai) by Priya Manhas
Chaa is a staple in most Indian families, including my own. Not only is it how most decide to caffeinate themselves first thing in the morning, it also will be enjoyed several times a day, even after dinner. Most significantly, Chaa is used as a form of hospitality and is always offered and served when guests visit.

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Tito's Ish Salsa by Stephen Wayman
It is a reflection of the Mexican culture and people - sweet but spicy!

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April is Celebrate Diversity Month, a celebration to recognize and honor the diversity surrounding us all. By celebrating differences and similarities, we hope people will gain a deeper understanding of each other. It is important that we find value in each other's experiences, differences, and unique characteristics as it enables us to respond with relevance, empathy, and compassion. In trying to come up with a way for everyone to be able to share their background, we decided it would be fun to create a cookbook made up of recipes submitted by our #unstoppable associates.


 
 
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