Food

Three-Course Meal Your Kids Can Make to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Every time the Hispanic Heritage Month rolls around I become really excited!  From September 15 to October 15 many people across the country celebrate and enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes of Hispanic culture.  A great way to celebrate with kids and acknowledge Hispanic contributions is through food.  I love how food exposes children to other […]

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Libyan Sharba Soup Recipe

Today my sister-in-law and I made Libyan sharba, a type of soup used to break the fast in Ramadan.  But it is also eaten throughout the winter months.  It can be made for special occasions and when visitors come. Basically it’s pretty much a staple in any Libyan household. In different Libyan cities, small variations

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family food from around the world

Wordless Wednesday: Family Food from Around the World

Have you ever seen these articles full of beautiful shots of fancy dishes and appetising foods? They are great inspiration; however, they never really resemble what you end up with on your plate when you attempt to re-create them. We thought we would share real family food from real families around the world who dine,

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When Popcorn and Bananas Are For Dinner {Expat Life}

My first day in Somalia my two-year old daughter fell off the roof and I had to make spaghetti from tomatoes (no jar of Ragu) and beef (ground by yours truly) and noodles boiled in water that my husband drew from a cistern out front. Once we figured out how to keep kids from falling

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