Mulgi Puder (Estonian Potatoes & Barley) – Estonia

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Estonia is located in Northern Europe just across from Finland. I mention this because their foods are both quite hearty and similar. This is also fairly reminiscent Kasha Varnishka, a classic Jewish dish of kasha and bow tie noodles, but moister. As usual, I searched YouTube for authentic videos. Interestingly, this was only the second […]

Doro Wot (Ethiopian Spiced Chicken Stew) – Ethiopia

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As part of our Ethiopian extravaganza on our alphabetical cullinary tour du monde we made a Doro Wot. Wot (Ethiopian Spiced Stew) can be made with Chicken, Beef, Goat, Lamb or lentils and is typically served with hard boiled eggs that have slits in them so they can soak up the sauce – YUM. While […]

Ethiopia

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Eva has loved Ethiopian food since she was about 5 years old. So this week, we finally got to Ethiopia in our alphabetical cullinary Tour du Monde. As she is such an Ethiopian food fan, I decided to go all out and make an Ethiopian Extravaganza. Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa next […]

Courgette with Eggs – Cyprus

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Cyprus! While we have dabbled in the D’s and E’s lately on our more or less alphabetical cullinary tour du monde we still have a few more C’s. So here is a quick and easy Cypriot vegetarian dish that can be eaten for breakfast or dinner – Courgette with Eggs otherwise known as Scrambled Eggs […]

Smørrebrød (Open Sandwiches) – Denmark

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D is for Denmark, home of the Smørrebrød. I have to say, these open-face sandwiches are GORGEOUS to look at! We were all marveling at their beauty and didn’t really want to eat them as they were so pretty…but ultimately, we did. They were tasty too. I made 4 different kinds at once because I […]

Calypso Chicken – Dominica

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Dominica! Who even knew it was a country? Dominican Republic, sure, but Dominica? Live and learn. Dominica is located in the Carribean. When trying to find a good dish, I kept seeing a mango chicken dish and Calypso chicken. The pictures did not look particularly appetizing as they tended to look fairly grayish but I […]

Skoudehkaris (Djboutian Spiced Lamb & tomatoes) – Djbouti

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Skoudehkaris is the national dish of Djbouti which is located in East Africa and was, at one point, a French colony. We all loved this . Even my generally non-red meat eating husband gave it an 8/10! Eva gave it a 9/10. I really liked it too. It was flavorful and fun to eat because […]

Batar Da’an (Bean, Corn & Squash Stew)- East Timor

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Batar Da’an is a cross between a soup and a stew. Although it seemed quite unexciting at first glance, it turned out to be a wonderful dish that is not only very easy to make, but inexpensive, flavorful and… vegan as well as gluten free! Go figure. We all loved it, Scott especially, noting that […]

Kedjenou (Ivoirian Chicken Stew) – Côte d’Ivoire

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I had been waiting to make the Kedjenou, the traditional chicken stew of the Ivory Coast, until I got my box of Attiéké, a type of gluten free couscous made of Manioc aka Cassava aka yuca that is eaten in the Ivory Coast and often accompanies Kedjenou. The Attiéké, was a little splurge which I […]

Chettinad Pepper Chicken – Chennai, India (In honor of our new VP, Kamala Harris)

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In honor of Kamala Harris becoming America’s first female Vice President, first black Vice President and first Vice President of Jamacian and Southeast Asian descent, I made an Indian dish from Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu, where Hariss’ mother harkens from. Chennai is located in the south of India. There were a lot […]