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Bring Europe to My Kitchen. Please.

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I confirmed today that we will not be returning to Europe this year.

But my pots and pans arrived so going to bring Europe to us! What are your favorite dishes inspired by countries all over the world not just in Europe?

My first experiment dish is Coq au vin... so a French theme. Does anyone know its history or anything at all about it? Favorite recipe? Which part of France and are there variations of Coq au vin? We will be having people over during these theme nights so any trivial tidbits about the dish is especially appreciated!

Food is such a huge part of travel and everyone seems to have a different opinion. Kindly share your thoughts and other yummy suggestions. I have a mixer and food processor available.

Thank you! :)

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