Mizo Chicken Vegetable Soup

Continuing on in our Indian Odyssey Exploration, we are on to the Northeast Indian state of Mizoram, the most Christian state of India with 87% of Mizo's being Christian, converted by missionaries. Mizoram is located in a beautiful part of the country with valleys,...
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Tutu – Cornmeal Porridge – Aruba style for #Food of the World

Today Food of the World is going to Aruba. I read an article a few weeks ago that was all about the diversity of Caribbean cuisine and the author said that Trinidad &Tobago had the most global influences than any other Caribbean island, without even a footnote to...
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Melon Pan

I'm playing a little catch up on my bread baking for the We Knead to Bake group. This Japanese bread was one I had never heard of, with a cookie topping. It gets its name from the cracked sugar topping which resembles the outer skin of a cantaloupe. Sometimes to have...
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Quindim – Brazilian Coconut Custard for #Food of the World

It's time for Food of the World again and this month we are celebrating the cuisine of Brazil. Brazilian cuisine is one of my favorites. It has quite a diverse cuisine with a fusion of the Portuguese colonizers, African slaves, native AmerIndians and European ex-pats....
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Starfruit Sambal

Sambal is a universal, spicy condiment used to accompany foods in many Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. With a large Indonesian population, it is also commonly used in Suriname, where my grandfather was born and where much of my family still...
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Yellow Eyed Pea Turkey Meatball Soup

With temperatures in the teens and going into the single digits at night, New York has been in an arctic freeze the last few days, although we can't compare to cities like Detroit. The last few weeks have been so hectic with family visiting from the Netherlands. They...
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Blueberry-Pumpkin Seed Parfait

Here is a tasty summer snack or breakfast idea, perfect to enjoy in the heat of summer. Blueberry-Pumpkin Seed Parfait Ingredients: 3/4 cup non-fat Greek yogurt 1 tablespoon honey 1 cup blueberries zest of 1 lemon 1 tablespoon orange blossom water 1/3 cup oats 2...
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Aloo Bonda – #GlutenFree Potato Fritters

This is another of the wonderful street food fritters you can get on the streets of Mangalore in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Indian style fritters are the perfect indulgence for those on a #glutenfree diet. While American style fritters are generally made...
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Locro de Papa – Ecuadorian Potato-Cheese Soup

Locro de Papa is a traditional Ecuadorian soup made of potato and cheese. In traditional times when people could not afford cheese, peanuts would be used instead. It originates from the Andean region of Ecuador. After visiting Mi Tierra, the best store in the NYC area...
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Carrot Sage Lasagna Roll Ups

Inspired by a Giada de Laurentis recipe, I have several different variations of this recipe that I have developed.   Sometimes I stuff with spinach and proscuitto, broccoli or pumpkin.  This is a new variation I developed as part of my BM Carrot theme this...
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