Facebook: 26 Countries and 1 Kitchen
Recipe Running Tally
-Open Faced Sausage & Canadian Swiss Ruebens: Success.
-Traditional French Canadian Tourtiere: Successful Failure.
-Honey Garlic Meatballs: Heaven.
-Maple Sugar Cream Pie: Yummy.
-Speedy Split Pea Soup with Bacon: Alright.
-Borscht: First Attempt Failed.
-Borscht: Second Attempt Sweet Red Success.
-Russian Pelmeni: Decent but Different.
-Lemon Drop Martini: Don't ask....
-Khachapuri: Yummy but needs help.
-Russian Friendship Tea: Addictive
-Roast Loin of Pork w/Apple Stuffing: Good.
-Russian Marshmallows Zifer: Too cool.
-Suutei Tsai Milk Tea: Disgusting.
-Boortsog Fried Cookie: Huh.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Few things survive childhood. Mostly, clothes that no longer fit. But there is always a little treat you can give yourself when you really deserve a break. For some it’s their grandma’s chocolate chip cookies. For me, it’s Rice Krispie … Continue reading
Chinese food. There isn’t a more varied cuisine available. In addition to our many western copies, China has several different styles of cooking depending on where you are geographically…and how rich you are. I’d like to think we’re the traveling … Continue reading
You’d think we’d be safe when we picked milk tea. Despite Mongolia being known for it’s less than appetizing dishes, we thought milk tea would be more than a safe pick. After all, it’s just practically milk and tea. We … Continue reading
As travelers, we reserve the right to lengthen or shorten our trip in a particular country. Mongolia is one those countries. Our culinary trip will be very short there. In our naivety, we thought Mongolian cuisine would be delightful. After … Continue reading
Our last voyage into Russia ends with a perilous mission: Make the Stay Puff Marshmallow man and let it attack the the city. Get Ghostbusters on speed dial. But to save on time…we decided to make it’s offspring, Russian Marshmallows … Continue reading