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Eat Like an Egyptian

An article by Stephanie Butler publised on
history.com october 2013

Archeological discoveries have told us much about how ancient Egyptians worshiped, celebrated and mourned. But these scientific finds have also provided tantalizing clues about how–and what–this complex civilization ate. 396 more words

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How 'A Taste of Slovakia' was born

Although we are getting more English-speaking visitors to Slovakia than before the Fall of Communism, this little country in the heart of Europe is still largely unknown by a mainstream tourist. 85 more words

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Indian evening

Yesterday evening I’ve decided to try my abilities with my personal version of a traditional vegetarian dish from the Indian cuisine. I also made the naan bread and the rice. 1,044 more words

Pane Carasau - Sardinian Flatbread / Sardinsk Flatbrød

A recipe for Sardinian flatbread found on food52.com

This is Sardinian flatbread or as it is translated “sheet music” bread. It is really a lot like a cracker although it looks much like a tortilla. 84 more words

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Good news!

There’s nothing more rewarding for an author than to see their book on a shelf in a real bookstore. More even, if this is a first-time author who has published the book herself after years of working on it and wondering whether all her efforts ever materialize. 480 more words

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Asam Ayam – Malaysian Chicken with Tamarind / Malaysisk Kylling med Tamarind

A chicken recipe found in “Asia – En Kulinarisk Reise”
(A Culinary Voyage) published by Grøndahl Dreyer in 1987

Tamarindus indica is probably indigenous to tropical Africa, but has been cultivated for so long on the Indian subcontinent that it is sometimes also reported to be indigenous there, where it is known as imli in Hindi-Urdu. 301 more words

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A Taste of Slovakia

It was born – at long last! The book I’ve been struggling to publish for so long has finally seen the light of day. How shall I organize its ‘christening’? 203 more words

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