Category Archives: Internationally Inspired

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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Easy Seafood Gumbo

Gumbo or Jambalaya? What’s the difference? Since today is National Gumbo day (yes, yet another National day), I decided to find out. I found out there isn’t a great deal of difference. Both have rice, but jambalaya has the rice … Continue reading

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Waffle Tacos

It’s national Waffle day!! To honor this delicious dish I wanted to do something different. I’ve seen cornbread waffles with chili, so why not tortilla waffles with taco toppings? And oh my these are the best waffles I’ve made to … Continue reading

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