World Food Thursdays 11

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

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.

I really need to put more time into this bloghop, but not this week! Another cranio block just started today–this seminar is on birth and we had a very interesting day already, in the hands on session my sphenoid did some crazy stuff–and many other things happened. I just spent an hour or more watering the garden and I am pretty zonked so I just have to get to bed….

The photo above is from a market in Myanmar (Burma), I don’t remember where exactly we took this photo, my partner must’ve taken it when he was in Shan State. I was always begging him to get lots of market photos for me. The markets in Shan State often seem to operate on a five day cycle. For example the markets of Inle Lake work their way all around the lake. There is a floating market and a beautiful market at a monastery, a wide variety of hill-tribe people in their bright colored handmade clothing come and sell their wares. My favorite part is the tea shop area where you can get the most delectable treats, like sticky rice and yellow tofu chips.

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.

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