World Food Thursdays 8

Welcome back to World Food Thursdays, please scroll down to the bottom of the page and link up your delicious international food!

Please link up your international dishes. We want to see food from every corner of the world together, side by side being delicious all in one common community. We want to revel in our diversity, to respect everyone’s techniques, food preferences, ways of eating and rituals around cooking and eating. Our other linky Grain-Free Tuesdays is quite restrictive, so this one is very open. We still prefer traditional recipes with little to no processed foods.

Please follow the common bloghop courtesy of linking back to this post in your recipe, leaving a comment after linking up, and tweeting, posting to facebook, digging, stumbling or otherwise helping to promote this bloghop. If anyone would like to join us in hosting it just drop us a line. In the meantime enjoy the wonderful foods of the world–perhaps we will all learn to be more tolerant of each other’s differences and in doing so we will create a world of peace, harmony and delightful meals.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Marie

    Kia Ora HellaD!
    Thank you for hosting this, it’s a great idea. I’ve already read half of the recipes here and am going in for more in a minute. I’ve added an easy pumpkin soup that is an iconic New Zealand dish.

    1. hellaD

      Nice! So good to get a message from my homeland… just love pumpkin soup!

  2. Outlaw Farmer

    Hi hellaD,
    Thanks for the invite to join the World Food party. I am sharing a recipe for an amazingly versatile sauce. It’s great on rice dishes especially with steamed sweet potatoes. Now I’m gonna hop on over to check out what you’ve posted about real milk and factory farming. That stuff’s right up my alley.

  3. Marelie

    Hello hellaD,
    Thanks for hosting.Its nice to back here.I am sharing my Pancit Bihon.

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