March 18th, 2011 | Blog, Community, bloghop, facebook, foodie, global, pomegranates, recipes, seafood, twitter, world
I have teamed up with Alex over at www.amoderatelife.com and April of 21st Century Housewife to host the Feed Me! Tweet Me! Follow Me Home Friday Friend Builder Linky. Scroll to the bottom of this page to link up your Real food lovin’ blog so we can all get to know each other.
Last week we had another fabulous selection of dishes from delectable foodies and I just wanted to share some of these with everyone to make sure they didn’t miss them. We have also had some great recipes added to our new World Food Thursdays Recipe Party which is really exciting, please join us on Thursdays and enjoy the diversity our amazing world has to offer.
March 17th, 2011
I recently posted about the benefits of miso soup in cases of radiation poisoning. Miso soup is easy to make and is extra beneficial when made with the Japanese stock dashi because of the kelp (kombu) that is used when making that stock. More information on how to detoxify radiation poisoning and ot ...
February 16th, 2011
A few years ago I was the Executive Chef for The Strand, a boutique historical hotel in Yangon Myanmar (Rangoon, Burma). I had a great time reworking the menu to use local produce and really got to know the markets of Rangoon. This was one of our favorite appetizers--it even got written up in Conde ...
June 28th, 2007
According to Linda Stradley's post on her site What's Cooking America, Newburg Sauce was created at the Delmonico Restaurant in New York City by their French chef, M. Pascal. The sauce was originally named after a Mr. Wenburg, a frequent guest at the Delmonico restaurant. They had a falling out an ...
June 19th, 2007
VJR is a fabulous Burmese-Indian chef who makes tasty seafood samosas with this freshly made masala. Amounts given are not precise, feel free to adjust them according to your taste and needs. 1/2 c yellow or brown mustard seeds
1/4 c fenugreek
1 T cardamom Method:
These spices can be ...