Tom Kha Kai- Laos

It’s finally getting cold, and this spicy coconut soup from Laos is the perfect way to warm up! It’s almost like Thai green curry, but in soup form. I drank it by itself, but you could certainly add some rice noodles or rice to make a heartier meal. I’m always in favor of a heartier…

Lavender- Lemongrass Chutney

Summer is almost over, and if you’re one of those people clinging to the last 80 degree days before you break out the sweaters, make this. It’s bright, zingy, and a perfect accompaniment to cheese! Especially soft cheeses like Brie and Stilton. We’re going to start moving into more fall-centric foods, like soups and pies,…

Ginger Cake- Central African Republic

So, I was looking for a recipe from the Central African Republic, which can be pretty difficult if you have no cassava or manioc. But then I found this ginger cake! I loved it’s simplicity. See, when there’s not many ingredients, it’s just that much easier to mix it up! And this cake, even in…

Bibimbap

Well, hello everybody! Tis me! Due to many, many, MANY technical errors, I haven’t uploaded for nearly a month. But I’ll make up for it! I’m so excited fall is here, so I’ll be posting a lot of fall-centric recipes. But for now, bibimbap! I love a good bibimbap. Bibimbap is a dish originating in…

Maqlouba- Bahrain

Literally translated, Maqlouba means “upside down”. Really. Maqlouba is one of the best rice dishes I have ever had. Really. Since it takes a bit of time to make, I won’t ramble on for hours like I usually do, but get right to it! INGREDIENTS   2 Eggplants 2 large tomatoes 1 ½ cups rice…