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 […]
Slowly winding down the C’s on our Culinary Adventure. Today we enjoyed a meal from the Comoros. Where, might you wonder, are the Comoros? The Comoros, is a volcanic archipelago off Africa’s east coast, nestled in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Mozambique in the Mozambique Channel. It is comprised of independent 3 islands and […]
When I was a little girl, my dad used to do Indian Guides with my brothers and as a consolation prize once a year we would go on a day or weekend trip. One time, we went up to Boston and ate at this fabulous Hungarian called Cafe Budapest. I can still see their pretty […]
Eva was really sad about Covid ruining Halloween and we were in the midst of the A’s so I tried to figure out something fun and creative for her. Austrian ghoul-ash (ha ha ha) – Goulash. She loved the idea and the dish. Basically it seems to be similar to Hungarian Chicken Paprikas, except minus […]
My mouth is still on fire from the Bolivian Picante de Pollo. It calls for 1/4 cup of Cayenne pepper….I made a half recipe so I used half…but theoretically the full recipe would have been even hotter. Luckily we had some of the Belizian rice left from last night to temper the heat from this […]
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 […]
Belgium was a total winner on our culinary world tour. We started with an endive, apple and walnut salad with a mustard shallot vinaigrette. Eva’s thoughts…AMAZING! Main course was supposed to be a veal cutlet in a beer and carmelized mushroom sauce but we used turkey instead. The greatest discovery though was Stoemp which looks […]
As we continue our more or less alphabetical culinary tour du monde we will be updating our list of favorite dishes. If you have made any of these, we would love to hear your thoughts too on the dishes.