Aussie meat pies
Chinese fried rice
An African dish made from vine leaves and chicken meat
Chinese Dumplings and Chicken wings
Korean Stir Fry Noodle (aka Chap Chae)
More dumplings and some type of meat skewers
Some type of Chilli Chicken
Lebanese sweets (aka Baklava)
The Baklava was my favourite dessert out of all the sweets. I don't know if this was homemade or purchased from a store but it was really fresh. The pastry was crispy and it had just the right amount of sweetness with the beautiful addition of rosewater.
Korean mochi sweets (aka Rice cakes with different fillings)
There were so many varieties. I had to restrain myself to have only one mochi because I knew they would fill me up pretty quickly because it is mainly made from rice flour.
Indian Fried Puff Curry
Chinese Dim Sum
Lebanese Meat Falafel
Lebanese Vegetarian Falafel
Chilean Swiss Roll
The Chilean Swiss Roll was very popular and I actually didn't get to have a piece. :(
Vietnamese Spring Roll
There were so many Vietnamese spring rolls and they were so much better then the ones you get at the restaurants. Each spring roll was stuffed with stuffing. I can't even recall the number of spring rolls I stuffed into my mouth!
A bit of everything
Vietnamese Coconut Jelly
Chilli Korean Rice Cake
Stir Fry Noodles
Oily Yellow Rice
Lebanese Fried Rice
The Lebanese fried rice is very different to the fried rice I am use to eating. There were alot of ingredients in the fried rice. I could see noodles, sultanas, potato, meat and green peas. It was very unusual but one of my colleague said the dish was very authentic.
The Vietnamese Jelly is very different to the jellies that I would usually eat. The texture is much more firm and it doesn't melt in your mouth. I actually didn't want anyone to eat it because it looked so beautiful.
Fish with Rice
I was so full I couldn't even eat dinner that night. The event was a huge success and I am still licking my lips thinking about all those delicious food. It's amazing how food can bring all kinds of people together.
I wasn't able to ask the students the name of some of the dishes. If anyone knows, it be great to inform me and everyone else.
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