World Food Thursdays 5
Please forgive me for not posting the past couple weeks, I had a cranio training and then we took a road trip to Portland. Portland is an amazing spot for world food as they have a ton of food carts around every corner, they are often very colorful and you can find food from just about any corner of the world being sold quite affordably. The Portlandites have gotten quite used to and even bored with this phenomenon, but we had a great time. I nearly thought I was in S.E. Asia again! I just wish we hadn’t been on the GAPS diet and could have tried more stuff. What a great idea and a great way to get money circulating in the economy. Empty lots were taken over with tables and sometimes two or three or more different food carts would operate out of a lot.
We have a busy week this week so I can’t say much, but I can’t wait to see which delectable dishes from around the world you have cooked up lately.
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, but we want everyone to feel welcome here.
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.