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Grab a few ingredients and a ripe, juicy lime and you will have a delicious Mexican recipe your friends and family will love.
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Many believe escargot is only found on restaurant menus, this recipe demonstrates it’s easy to make at home.
Add garlic, mushrooms and escargot and cook over medium heat until mushrooms soften (approximately 4-5 mins). Place escargot inside of mushroom caps, top with remaining butter (sliced) and place inside oven for 1-2 mins. Remove skillet from oven, place mushrooms and escargot into an oven safe serving dish(es), sprinkle with salt and cover with cheese. Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia has created the perfect combination, Kraft Shredded Cheese + Philadelphia Cream Cheese for a soft, creamy melt that will make your favourite cheesy dishes truly a melt you’ll remember!
My second recipe is a modification from a Kraft Foods Classic Miracle Parmesan Garlic Bread using delicious Kraft Creamy Herb & Garlic Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia. This garlic bread is perfect as a side dish for many of your favourite meals and can be made on small baguette pieces or large ones depending on the type of food you are serving it with. We are BIG fans of garlic bread in our house and yours looks so good that I kind of wish I could jump through my computer screen and take a bite! Kristen from The Road to Domestication recently posted..Inspirational Easter Printables – FREE!
Oh yum I hadn’t thought of making my own garlic bread for a while, I really fancy some now. Now, I’m the last person to be an eggplant parm hater, but one way to really learn and understand some of the subtleties of a culture is its food. Don’t get misled, I would not call myself an adventurous eater by any stretch of the imagination, but I find, more often than not, what turns us off from some foods is a mental thing, not a taste. And if you take a minute to look deeper into the foods of cultures, a lot of them tell stories. When you sit back and look at international cuisine in terms of culture, things might not seem so weird, and more often that not, offer up a great history lesson.
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All throughout the world, we celebrate diversity by accepting the unique beliefs and customs each person has. Ramen is an authentic Japanese soup noodle dish that is very popular in the Land of the Rising Sun.
One of the foods that is enjoyed by many is the well known dish called fish and chips. Cod and haddock appear most commonly as the fish used and chips are otherwise known as fries. Cajun Jambalaya, a dish of Creole origin, that would definitely give you a feel what home is like in Louisiana. Country Fried Steak and Eggs is one of the savory yet simple meals to eat early in the morning to help get you going.
Chicken mole has a lot of different tastes to it depending how it’s made and with what ingredients it contains but the many of them have a very slight hint of chocolate flavor. Chicken Tikka Masala is made up of chunks of chicken marinated in spices with the curry that is consisting of turmeric powder, paprika powder or tomato puree. Food can be a reason to travel, enhance the travel experience and also be a way to discover the culture of a destination. Interestingly enough, another co-worker countered that she actually quite enjoyed one of the dishes co-worker #1 disliked so much. One of the great benefits of living in a place like New York City, was that they had pretty much every type of cuisine out there, I had Belgian, Indian, Afghani, South African, Korean, Cuban, Colombian, you name it.
Look in your cabinets even the simplest of spices; cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper, have amazing stories, introduced hundreds of years ago through spice trades.
If you take a close look you can see how many dishes are a common thread throughout so many cultures.
So next time you are planning a trip somewhere, find a place that serves that food, or try whipping it up yourself at home. In essence, ramen is made up of boiled noodles that are served in different flavored soups with many toppings. The fish is battered around with beer batter, flour, lemon juice, salt, pepper and deep fried until crisp. A hearty dish mixed with rice, sausages, chicken, seafood, and a variety of spices and vegetables.
Made up of fried beef steak smothered in country or sausage gravy, then served with two eggs, hash browns, and even with some toasted bread would definitely make your stomach happy.

No doubt, the delectable stir-fry noodle dish has many merits, one of them being that it is completely and utterly addictive.
In Ireland, they tossed in extra potatoes, in the Azores, chunks of bread, in France more beans. Not only might you actually like it, but it could also seem pretty cool to some people in another country when you order up something besides a BigMac.
There are mainly four kinds of ramen: tonkotsu ramen (pork bone based creamy soup) shio ramen (salt flavored soup), shoyu ramen (soy sauce flavored soup), miso ramen (miso flavored soup). Its meat, which could be chicken, beef, or pork, is marinated in lemon juice and vinegar. Portions of it are then chopped, then grilled or broiled. The flavors and textures of what we have come to know and love about pad Thai are deliciously, mouth-wateringly Thai. It can be a bit spicy and thick as it is mixed with sesame seeds, chile, garlic and many more.
Caribbean food is often spicy because in Africa when the hunters would go stalking, often for days at a time, they preferred to give their dried meat extra flavor, so as not to taste stale, those flavors were carried with slaves even as they were captured from their homes. How about the fact that all those potatoes Ireland was so famous for, are actually native to the Americas, and brought over by the Spanish in the 16th century. These last which were served wrapped in mint and lettuce (I have yet to find a restaurant in the US that serves them this way). Since I can’t travel to three continents in a day, I’d love to take a trip to Paris and enjoy these favorites again! Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia  is convenient, creamy and melts with perfection. Something about making just about everything from scratch including complex and pungent sauces that makes each mouthful bounce.
The soup is usually served at breakfast and is made with noodles and liquid tofu (made from chickpea flour), and then a good dose of chili to round out the flavors. It’s worth hunting down if you are anywhere Myanmar, or just a Burmese market.Shez from One Bite MoreOne?

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