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food in guyana (part 2)

PAPAYAS: They’re called “papaws” and they are my favorite fruit. You know when it’s ripe if the skin is soft and yellow. At the market, they usually sell them a little unripe so that you can let it sit for a day or two before enjoying. 564 more words

Recipes And Reflections

Passport to South Asia-Creamy Homemade Pistachio Kulfi 

When it comes to keeping cool for the summer, there’s a couple options available out there: a) ice cream, b) popsicles, or c) a nice ice cold drink. 429 more words


Landing in Madagascar

Today has been a day of cooking and prep for tomorrow’s lunch in Madagascar.

I’m  not sure that all the recipes are going to be resounding successes. 310 more words

Shredded taco beef

Beautifully tender and flavoursome, this shredded beef is great for tacos, salad toppings or to share tapas style. 633 more words

Dairy Free

Faith, Food and Our Future Together (Interfaith Dinner)

Recipe for Community 

Tonight I was invited to a dinner with the Interfaith Council of Kansas City, with over 20 different faith groups attending. Walking into the dinner, the room was filled with people. 1,558 more words

Travel Writing

Restaurant Style Guacamole

I spent a lot of time working in the restaurant/bar industry. Over 10 years to be truthful. I worked in the front of the house – bartender, server, manager – but some places where I worked had the policy of training their staff everywhere regardless of their position. 187 more words

Roaming Rome

Eat All You Can, Walk All You Can

First post is knocking out both food and travel. My youngest sister is living it up Rome style for a semester of college and was able to visit her. 111 more words