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Moqueca and Farofa: Bringing the taste of Brazil home

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 10, 2016 | Category : Cuisine

I never thought I’d be writing a recipe on my blog. But when I was visiting Bahia in Brazil last winter, I fell in love with one of their traditional dishes called moqueca de camarão. You’ll find this dish on almost every menu in Bahia and you absolutely cannot leave...

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Thai Style Sweet & Sour Pork

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 17, 2013 | Category : Cuisine, Recipes

Every town in the world seems to have a Chinese takeaway shop and one of the staple dishes is sweet and sour pork, that is typically disgusting. The western version of the dish leaves a lot to be desired and even the native one for that matter in many peoples...

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Six Of The Best American Food Festivals

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 17, 2013 | Category : Cuisine

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What does the United States do bigger and better than anyone else? Food of course! A nation in love with its grub naturally haystacks of food and drink festivals every year, and below I have listed what I consider are some of the best of them. Every state of course...

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British Food At Its Best

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 23, 2013 | Category : Cuisine

Fish and Chips, as British as, well Roast Beef and Yorkshires?  Haggis, Neeps and Tatties?  Chicken Tikka Masala?  British culture is not afraid to mix things up a little when it comes to our national heritage and identity; having ruled considerable portions of the planet in the past, the most...

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The 5 Delights Of Traditional Scottish Cuisine

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 19, 2013 | Category : Cuisine

A trip to Scotland will quickly introduce you to its bone-chilling weather and wind, conditions which make seeking out comfort food a priority. Luckily, Scottish cuisine is hearty, rich with rib-sticking ingredients and very filling. After a long day of touring the highlands, you’ll want to tuck into some nourishing...

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