SteelRichards Curried Pumpkin Soup, modified by time and country. It’s a flexible recipe, ready for use by those living in familiar and unfamiliar places.
by 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 […]
by Did you know that Halloween has its roots in the ancient Celtic festival Samhain? Modern pagans still celebrate this three day festival, which marks the transition between summer and winter. Here is one family celebrates this special time. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, Multicultural Kid Blogs receives a […]
by Years ago, I have taken my family and embarked on our journey of virtually travelling around the world, exploring a new country, culture, or region each year. This virtual travel includes celebrating festivals, listening to traditional music, doing various crafts, and most tangibly: cooking and eating traditional and popular dishes. Just as these explorations […]
by Traveling to Mexico for a simple and delicious soup; Followed by a tasty cookie from Switzerland Growing up along the Mexican border in Southern California, I was fortunate to eat amazing Mexican food and even learned how to make many dishes. One of my favorites is Posole (also spelled as Pozole) a very traditional […]