Category Archives: Internationally Inspired

Easy Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

In case you haven’t been following, I’ve been posting foods from one of the U.S. states at the end of each week. We’ve been up and down the East Coast and now we’re moving into the central states. This week … Continue reading

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Carne Asada Tacos

I did a carne asada recipe not quite a year ago and it was pretty good. Check it out here. But then I tried one that was a little different and I liked it better. When I asked what was … Continue reading

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Korean Inspired Beef & Kimchi Soup

We love spicy Asian foods – and kimchi ranks right up there. As I was cleaning out the freezer I found some chuck eye that really needed to be used. And there was some kimchi in the refrigerator too. Ah … Continue reading

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Bierocks – Beef and Cabbage Stuffed Rolls

What’s are bierocks you ask? It’s a meat stuffed yeast roll that originated in Eastern Europe. It’s speculated that it started in Russia. Similar to pirogi, it’s a common dish in German communities in the U.S. Having roots in those … Continue reading

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Spanish Omelet

I was taking a stroll down memory lane and remembered my 7th grade Spanish teacher. I had an assignment from another class to prepare some kind of cultural experience from another country – and I was assigned Spain. So where … Continue reading

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