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 […]

Fish with Ginger from Benin

Poisson au gingembre (Fish with ginger) – Benin

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The good, the bad and the ugly… So today was Benin. Scott was like…I’ve never even heard of that country, are you sure? Let him know it was a French speaking country. He looked it up right away. The good…the fish was excellent. Eva absolutely loved it and wanted to make sure she got the […]

Cambodia Carmelized Fish with Pineapple

Trey Kho Manor (Carmezlied Fish with Pineapple) – Cambodia

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C is also for Cambodia. I made Trey Kho Manor which is a carmelized fish and pineapple dish. We served it with rice which is commong. This dish is often made with whole fish, but I was unable to get a whole fish at the supermarket so I did the best I could. Apparently fish […]

Nga phe thoke (Burmese salad with fish cakes) – Burma

Posted 4 CommentsPosted in Appetizers, Asian recipes, Burma, By Country, Fish, Main dishes, Myanmar, Recipes, Salads, Seafood, Side dishes

Winding down the B’s…B is for Brother, Buddhist, Bhante, Burma and Blog. Tonight’s stop on our culinary voyage was inspired by my Brother, Bhante Bhikkhu Subhuti who lives in….Myanmar, formerly known as Burma…and to some, still known as Burma. My brother is a Buddhist monk who has been living in a monastery for years. He […]