Dominican Sancocho (Three Meat Stew)

Sancocho-13

One of my favorite ways of experience different cultures is through their food. Of course I would love to have a best friend in every cultural group to share insights, history and recipes with me..but honestly, I just gotta jump in and go for it and hope for the best. And can I give huge […]

Vegetarian Red Pozole

VegPozole-10

Well this year has started off pretty awesome and it’s only going to get better! #1, I remembered to add cabbage to the pozole, which was HUGE! Let’s just say I got a lot of grief the last time I made pozole. All my Mexican friends were saying “But there’s no cabbage”, “It’s not pozole […]

Red and Yellow Beet Soup with Fried Beet Greens

BeetSoup-3

Welcome to day 7 of my Hanukkah party around the world! Tomorrow is our last global stop and I am so thrilled that many of you enjoyed all these recipes. Today’s exploration is very loosely based off of Ukraine with their infamous sup, borscht. However, I am calling this a red and yellow beet soup […]

Turkish Lentil Soup and Hanukkah Giveaway!

TurkishLentilSoup-8

Happy Hanukkah Eve! Well actually it starts at sundown, but the first full day is tomorrow, if you want to get technical. A few of my very good bloggy girlfriends and I got together to share a fun and delicious Hanukkah menu! Each of us took a different course and created a “virtual” dinner party, […]

White Gazpacho for Summer Chillin’ #SundaySupper

rp_14553469436_0a75ac211a_b.jpg

I have been dreaming about making ‘every color in the rainbow’ gazpacho. Such a gorgeous, refreshing and versatile soup, I am determined to get through as many “colors” and flavors of gazpacho this summer. I made a green one a few days ago with an idea of adding tomatillos as my “green” but it came […]