Food is more than basic sustenance and nourishment.

Food offers a kaleidoscope of images and values beyond the innate need for immediate gratification. How and what we eat, how we acquire it, who prepares it, and who is at the table are forms of communication that are rich in meaning that often subtly reveal the culture of a specific group or country.

Take A Peek


Click on any image below to see some of the amazing adventures in food from around the world

Take a culinary journey through the kitchens of the globe to discover the tastes and traditions of more than 100 countries. Kitchens of the World brings over 200 recipes right into your home, where you can enjoy delicious dishes from the Americas, Africa and the Middle East, Europe, and Asia and Australasia. From Afghanistan's mouthwatering Borani Banjan (eggplant with yogurt-mint sauce) to Zimbabwe's delightful Spinach and Peanut Butter Stew, you can share scrumptious traditional recipes with your family and friends.

Kitchens of the World was created by the Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB) as a means for non-profit organizations that support persons with disabilities to raise funds. The CCB was founded in 1944 by blind war veterans and schools of the blind, and today the organization deals with the ongoing effects of blindness through programs that encourage active participation in communities , education, sports and recreation and employment.

The overall unemployment rate for the disabled is almost 60%.  The proceeds of Kitchens of the World™ are being used to build training facilities for persons with disabilities in North America including U.S. and Canadian veterans.