We all have good memories of eating and sharing food: Some of our most cherished memories are shaped by family traditions or typical regional foods, others hail from tastes, smells and ingredients we discover while travelling or sharing food with people from various regions and backgrounds.

Humboldtians from all over the world were asked to share their memories and experiences in the form of their favourite recipes. You’ll find recipes for German cheesecake in Australia and Indian curries in Germany. Some Humboldtians even invented an individual cross-over cooking style!

You’ll find many personal stories in the recipes – and sometimes, the recipes descriptions themselves tell a lot about the respective chefs …

Find out what fellow Humboldtians like to eat or drink and get some inspiration for your next meal. You can search the map or the recipe list, which also features vegan and vegetarian dishes. If you aren’t familiar with certain measuring units, a converter will help you.

Get in touch with fellow Humboldtians and establish some new culinary traditions!

Welcome to the Humboldt Network of Taste!

From traditional family recipes to cross-over cooking – what are the culinary traditions and favourite dishes of Humboldtians worldwide?

Let yourself be surprised by where on the map you’ll find which cuisine: Humboldtians live all over the world and carry their culinary traditions and preferences with them.

Have a look at the recipe list which is sorted by type of dish.

The recipes don’t only give instructions on how to prepare the respective dishes. The chefs also added personal notes and cultural background information.

Since the Humboldt community is a global one, dealing with pounds and kilograms alike, you’ll find information on how to convert different measuring units in the menu.

We wish you a delicious research.

Bon appétit!

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