If you’ve ever been to the Netherlands, you know what a great savory pancake tastes like. Now you can make these delicious pannekoeken right at home using our simple, fool proof recipe. If you haven’t had one before, be ready to love them!
Every year, here in Germany, they go wild about spargel. What is spargel? White gold…er, um, I mean white asparagus. Pulled from a protective row of soil, never having seen the light of day, this delectable veggie comes out a pretty cream color. We love it, and we think you will too, so we’re going […]
Britain has a long history of pies, and I have a long history with Britain…and her pies, especially meat pies. I love them! I spent a few of my formative years in Ipswich, and I would love it when the family stopped off at the chippie. On every visit, I would get a steak and kidney […]
Traveling around Spain, I love to eat tapas and small dishes instead of a big meal, especially since it is so hot. I love the culture of sitting and sipping a sangria or glass of red wine while sampling all kinds of foods in the evening and on into the night. One of my all-time […]
If you’ve never been to Germany or Austria you may not be familiar with this meat dish. Traditional German schnitzel is a flat, breaded and fried slice of pure goodness, one of my favorite foods in the entire world. When I’m tired, worn out, sick of the usual work grind and I want a home-cooked, […]
A bit travel weary and dirty since we hadn’t had a shower in three days, our adventure was still in its early stages when we learned a couple important lessons. What is traditional Mongolian food, and what is khuushuur? We had been in Mongolia for about three days, and we had hired a Russian van […]
Oçak Köfte Ingredients: 3 finely grated onions 1 kilo (2 lbs.) ground beef 2 Tablespoons black pepper 4 cloves garlic, finely grated 4 Tablespoons salt 2 Tablespoons baking powder 1/2 cup oregano 1 1/2 Tablespoons red pepper 2-4 slices of old bread, soaked in water with no crust Oil, any kind – sunflower is best […]
Before moving to Asia, I never really considered an eggplant worth eating. I had had the occasional moussaka, but other than that it was completely lacking from my diet. Apparently in many parts of the world, it was reputed to drive people insane and was called the “mad apple”. Now, I think it should be […]