Tunisia has some interesting cuisine. Sandwiched in-between much larger neighbors (Libya and Algeria), this fairly new member of the international community is about the size of Georgia (the U.S. state, not the country) and has an interesting mix of geographies and climates. Maybe an easier way to visualize the size of Tunisia is, it’s only […]
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Addis Ababa is 8,000 miles away, and yet I can get a taste of Ethiopian culture without traveling more than a mile from my house. That’s about how far it is to Taste of Ethiopia, a small bit of east Africa right in my own back […]
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Arabic style food during Lent? I think it’s a nice change. Besides the fact that there are many Arabic Christians (some observing Lent), isnt the Holy Land holy to all the sons of Abraham?
As Lenten season continues, some are finding it hard to deal with. […]
No, I’m not opening a branch of the Church of the Underground. However, I’m giving you plenty of advance warning: Today’s dishes are about as zesty-hot as they can get without being puréed Bhut Jolokias. Despite that, there’s more flavor here than you might assume.
I’ve gotten in the habit of posting fish & seafood dishes […]