Cilantro Pesto Cole Slaw

Blogging Marathon #30 Theme: Kid's Delight - Summer Special Look at a Kid's Menu at any restaurant and it's usually filled with the most unhealthiest food. French Fries, Chicken Fingers and Fish Sticks are usual options - battered and fried food. Supermarket ready...
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Indonesian Chickpea “faux meatballs”

I recently joined a Food Bloggers' Recipe Swap Group. Every month we are assigned a fellow blogger and must recreate one of their recipes. This is actually not as easy as it sounds, as often two bloggers may have very different cooking styles. Perhaps the blogger uses...
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Meyer Lemon Banana Ricotta Muffins

A few days ago I posted the procedure of how to make some homemade Meyer Lemon Powder. Meyer Lemons are not always easily available. By keeping this condiment in the pantry, you can easily add some Meyer Lemon flavor to both sweet and savory dishes, even if these...
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Beche de Pescado – Ecuadorian Fish Soup

E is for Ecuador... Actually, for letter E I went from Estonia to Ecuador. The Estonian recipe here was one of the first recipes I had completed for this marathon. However, the photos did not come out too well and especially after having my photography lesson with...
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Sausage Tortellini Soup

This week's BM theme is to recreate a few of the top 100 recipes from Taste of Home's website. We are now in what is traditionally the coldest month of the year if you live in the northeastern United States. What is better than a warm, comforting bowl of soup when the...
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Finnish Spinach Pancakes – Pinaattiletut

 These Finnish Spinach Pancakes - Pinaattiletut make a great breakfast, brunch or serve it as an after school snack to the kids, like they do in Finland. F is for Finland... There are three types of spinach pancakes from Finland I came across. First, there is...
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Baharat Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Here is a simple, healthy side dish with Middle Eastern flavors. Baharat is a 7-spice blend used throughout the Middle East and northern Africa in countries like Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt.  The exact combination of spices will vary from country to country....
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Strawberry Shortcake – a history lesson and a recipe!

This week I am delving into traditional desserts from different states of America. Strawberry Shortcake is really a classic all American dessert, but this is my attempt in trying to trace it's history to see which state can lay claim to it. Unlike apple pie which...
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Bolinhas

Cracking open a hard coconut is not something most people in America are used to doing.  It's different when I would visit my family in the Caribbean. Everyone has a machete and that is what we used to crack it open with quite easily.  My parents had a...
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Lucuma Ice Cream..Skinny Version!

Frozen fruit pulp is the best way to get exotic fruits that may not be available where you live, as mentioned yesterday. The first time I tried Lucuma Ice Cream was at Urubamba Restaurant.  It is a Peruvian fruit that has an indescribable heavenly taste...kind of...
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