Let The Games Begin!

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Let The Games Begin!

Food & Drink

Let The Games Begin!

The 2018 Winter Olympics are off and running, or rather skating, luging (yes, it’s a real word), skiing, curling and the host of other winter sports that intrigue and inspire us.

To celebrate the games in PyeongChang, we dove deep into our recipes to find some representative dishes and/or flavors associated with many of the participating countries. We salute the athletes in their quests to achieve personal bests.

Argentina – Chimichurri Sauce
A bright green sauce of herbs, garlic, and limes, with origins in Argentina.

Steak with Chimichurri Sauce. Photo: Lance Mellenbruch.

A bright green sauce of herbs, garlic, and limes, which has its origins in Argentina. Get the full recipe here.

Australia – Grilled Aussie Leg of Lamb
This recipe for Grilled Aussie Leg of Lamb is flavored with garlic, olive oil, rosemary and balsamic vinegar.

Grilled Aussie Leg of Lamb. Photo: Lance Mellenbruch.

This recipe for Grilled Aussie Leg of Lamb is flavored with garlic, olive oil, rosemary and balsamic vinegar. Get the full recipe here.

Belgium – Belgian Liege Waffles
These are the Proper Belgian Liege Waffles that originated in the city of Liege in Eastern Belgium. Consider it European street food that can make your day just a bit decadent!

Belgian Liege Waffles. Photo: Rattan Direct.

These are the Proper Belgian Liege Waffles that originated in the city of Liege in Eastern Belgium. Consider it European street food that can make your day just a bit decadent! Recipe courtesy of Rattan Direct. Find it here.

Brazil – Brazilian Style Barbecue
Brazilian-Style Barbecue Recipe with Potato Salad

Brazilian-Style Barbecue with Potato Salad. Photo: Lance Mellenbruch.

Steak Churrasco, a marinated steak that is popular within Brazilian barbecue, is best prepared on a skewer over an open grill. Top with a classic tomato and onion vinaigrette, served with a Brazilian inspired potato salad. Get the full recipe here.

Canada – Mini Canadian Quiche Lorraines
By using Cheddar cheese curds, which can be found in just about every supermarket, this breakfast or brunch recipe is light, airy and delicious with its crispy French toast-like crust.

Mini Canadian Quiche Lorraines by Jim Bailey

By using Cheddar cheese curds, which can be found in just about every supermarket, this breakfast or brunch recipe is light, airy and delicious with its crispy French toast-like crust. Courtesy of Guest Chef Jim Bailey, The Yankee Chef. Get the full recipe here.

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