The Inquisition & The Jewish Diaspora  
In 1492 the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions resulted in the dispersal of thousands of Jews living in the Iberian Peninsula. Jews fleeing persecution spread across the world, creating new communities and facets of the Jewish diaspora wherever they went. Simultaneously, the budding Age of Exploration meant many Jews escaping the Inquisition boarded ships headed for far and unknown corners of the earth. This diverse menu illustrates the global nature of the Jewish Sephardic identity, the culinary traditions they brought with them and the new ones they discovered.  
India
Pickled Vegetable Salad: cauliflower, aubergine, carrot
Turkey
Boyikos, savory pies filled with caramelized onions, parmesan
Brazil
Seviche, marinated red snapper in gem lettuce cups
Jamaica
Coconut Rice, crispy shallots, cilantro, chili oil
Italy
Mustacchioni, chocolate almond pastry
Morocco
Candied Orange Slices, whipped cream, cinnamon
Persia
Shai Hamid, dried lime tea
Uzbekistan
Shai Shaimoki, black tea with milk and butter