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24 September, 2014

Pad Thai for Thailand

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Pad Thai Again I go back to Wikipedia  which says that , “Thai cuisine is the national cuisine of hailand. Balance, detail and variety are of paramount significance to Thai chefs. In his book The Principles of Thai Cookery, renowned celebrity chef, writer and authority on Thai cuisine McDang wrote “What is Thai food? Every country in the
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19 September, 2014

Blintzes from Russia

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Russian Cuisine, Uncategorized on by : admin
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  Blintzes from Russia are a delicious and very Today on in the Mega Marathon which has been christened as “Around the World in 30 Days” let us visit Russia! If you are about my age you will remember the Span and the “Adventures of Misha.” How I used to wait to see what she came up with next.
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15 September, 2014

Mexican Rice

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Meal, Mexican Cuisine, Rice on by : admin
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Mexican Rice I hope you have enjoyed your trip around the world with us! Wondering what I am talking about? Okay we at blogging marathon are off” Around the World in 30 Days”! Foodies’ hai bhai kya? Food par he bolenge!  So let’s stop today at M-Mexico! Why it’s like Indian food! My daughters refuse to
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12 September, 2014

Falafel Wraps for Lebanon

Falafel Wraps for Lebanon
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Cuisine, Lebanese Cuisine, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : admin
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Falafel Wraps for Lebnon According to Wikipedia which I am quoting verbatim, ”Lebanese cuisine or “Levantine kitchen” includes an abundance of starches, whole grain, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat. When red meat is eaten it is usually lamb on the coast and goat meat in the mountain regions. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil, often
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10 September, 2014

Tabbouleh

Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Cuisine, Salad, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : admin
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In our trip around the world let’s visit Jordon today. Wondering what I am talking about? Then we at Blogging Marathon are dishing up the world in the next thirty days, aptly named “Around the world in 30 days!’ Join us and enjoy this trip…. Today in Jordan! I am tired of all the street
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9 September, 2014

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice with Vegetables)

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Capsicum, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Eggs, French Beans, Indonesian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Leftovers, Meal, Rice, Stir Fry, Street Food on by : admin
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Nasi Goreng Today we in our “Trip around the World in 30 Days” we stop at Indonesia for the alphabet I. What can represent Indonesia better than Nasi Goreng? Nasi Goreng is often described as Indonesia’s twist on fried rice. According to Wikipedia,   Nasi Goreng has been called the national dish of Indonesia though there are many other contenders for the title. The beginnings of Nasi Goreng
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8 September, 2014

Vegetarian Wonton Soup

Posted in : Appetizer, Hong Kong Cuisine, How to, Soup, Street Food on by : admin
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Vegetarian Wonton Soup Vegetarian Wonton Soup is delicious Street food from  Hong Kong cuisine. Hong Kong cuisine is mainly influenced by Cantonese cuisine, non-Cantonese Chinese cuisine  (especially  Teochew,  Hakka, Hokkien and the Jiangsu & Zhejiang), the Western world, Japan, and Southeast Asia, due to Hong Kong’s past as a British colony and a long history of being an international city of commerce.
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4 September, 2014

Kushari/Koshary/Kosheri/ Koshari~ Egyptian

Posted in : Baharat, Blogging Marathon, Cuisine, Egyptian Cuisine, International Cusine, Kid Friendly, Macroni, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses, Spice Powders, Street Food on by : admin
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  Kushari, also koshary, kosheri or koshari Have you as a child watched the 1956 make of the “The Ten Commandments?” My mother took me and my sister to watch this movie!!! And we were fascinated the visuals and the screenplay was something we had never witnessed before. Cut to present my elder one was to participate in fancy dress and she was
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15 August, 2014

Baharat ~ A Spice Powder from Middle East

Posted in : Arabic Cuisine, Baharat, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, Egyptian Cuisine, Spice Powders on by : admin
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Let’s make Baharat a spice mix, we Indians never seem to get enough of  spice mixtures ;). According to Wikipedia,  “Bahārāt   is a spice mixture or blend used in Arab cuisine, especially in the Mashriq area, as well as in Turkish and Iranian cuisine. Bahārāt is the Arabic word for ‘spices’ (the plural form of bahār’spice’). The mixture of finely ground spices is often used to season lamb, fish, chicken, beef, and soups and
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4 May, 2014

Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)

Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)
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  With Easter round the corner, we have a lot of bread for Easter. So also in We Knead To Bake #16: Aparna set us baking Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)! Her write up with the Flaounes is as below, “Flaounes are savoury cheese pies baked for Greek Orthodox Easter, traditionally made on Good Friday, and are part of
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