What 6-year-old begs for tuna hand rolls, spicy taqueria fare, and Szechuan pork pot stickers? While you might not be able to always take your family with you to the jungle markets of the Philippines or to the Kalahari Desert, you can cook dishes you've discovered throughout your travels at home. These foods introduce your kids to faraway cultures and expand their appetite for the unfamiliar. And some of the best moments of these meals happen before they're even eaten, when the kids lend a hand rolling dough or mixing sauce and noodles with their (clean!) hands.
Now, from the kitchen of chef Andrew Zimmern to yours come four of his family's go-to, globally inspired recipes, filled with authentic and irresistible flavors. Here's to creating an appetite for adventuresome eating — no passport necessary.