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The US market for ready-to-eat curries and gravies

US consumer trends show that American consumers are more willing to experiment with global flavors and tastes. Mexican (Tex-Mex or Cal-Mex) , Chinese and Indian foods are well known and Asian (Thai, Japanese) are coming mainstream. 269 more words

Ethnic Foods

Lamb Stew (Alentejo-style)

My bargain shopping got me a butterflied leg of lamb that was on special. Rather than roast it whole, I decided our chilly, grey, damp weather needed stew. 641 more words


Put Down the Kraft Dinner and Try the "Kafta"

You gaze across the dozens of plates that line the never-ending dining room table. To your left, lies the savoury garlic and herb marinations of beef… 632 more words


Schweineschnitzel with Mushroom Gravy

There are many versions of schnitzel although people often lump them all together as Weinerschnitzel. Real Weinerschnitzel is made only with veal and is actually a geographically protected term in Germany and Austria. 482 more words


Exporting Ethnic Foods to the US

The US is a developed and mature foods market, with many different sub-categories. One of the most important considerations in your decision to export foods to the US is the type of market your product should participate in. 350 more words


Ethiopian Cuisine (First Time)

Of all the ethnic foods commonly consumed, Chinese, Italian, and Mexican are some of the most popular though tailored to American tastes. That being said, not every person gets a chance to try out Ethiopian. 325 more words


Homemade skyr

I finally got a yogurt maker. I didn’t go for the Cuisinart with all the bells and whistles–just opted for the Dash which seems to do the basics.  307 more words

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