multicultural cooking

Mix and Match! Enjoy Chinese Green Onion Cakes Anytime! {Multicultural Meal Plan Mondays}

We enjoy good food.  Eating equals joy and happiness for Chinese people!  I love food!  I have been exploring cooking on my own since my kids were born.  I like to make simple, easy, one-pot meals that are easy to put together and easy to clean up.  Dinner is our family time.  When my kids …

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Trinidadian Cooking in the UK {Multicultural Meal Plan Mondays}

image from Pinterest via Live Organic I love food and I enjoy cooking but I must admit I’m not the best at presentation. Ironically since becoming a parent I cook less but graciously Hubby pulls up the slack. Since I come from Trinidad, I thought I’d share some recipes and ideas for Trinidadian cooking. In …

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Kid-Friendly Allergen-Free Foods {Multicultural Meal Plan Monday}

This spring we put our preschooler on a strict, allergen-free diet in order to test for any possible food allergies or sensitivities. We eliminated – among other things – gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, corn, tomatoes, citrus, honey, and bananas. It was very hard to prepare kid-friendly allergene-free foods. It was during those very looong weeks …

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Moroccan Fall Recipes {Multicultural Meal Plan Monday}

The weather is (very) slowly cooling down in Morocco and has me missing the changing leaves and cool weather of a Midwestern fall. It also has me digging out my favorite Moroccan fall recipes. I’ve slowly watching the produce in the market begin to change.  Sun-kissed figs have been replaced by pomegranates and I’ve seen …

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Easy, Authentic Mexican Food for your Family for Mexican Independence Day! {Multicultural Meal Plan Monday}

September 16th is Mexican Independence Day! In 1810, a priest in the town of Dolores named Hidalgo, had been garnering support for a revolt against the Spanish government. Father Hidalgo called for locals to join the cause and revolt in a famous speech called the “Grito of Dolores.” This “Cry for Independence” is now repeated …

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