There are so many wonderful things about Ecuador – the scenery, the people and the culture. A big part of Ecuadorian culture is their food, passed down for generations.
Armenian cuisine is rich in vegetables, meat, and fish; however, eggplant, lamb, and lavash (flatbread) make up its primary components. In addition, cracked wheat, or bulgur, is often used instead of rice and maize in Armenian cuisine. We’ve compiled some of the best dishes you need to try once in Armenia. Visit our Cooking with Maria page for more details.
The Philippines is known for many good things – friendly people, nice beaches, winning beauty pageants – but delicious food is top of the list! The one thing you will miss most when you leave the Philippines is the fantastic food.
Fall is here and Dema will take you trough the steps to make a delicious, hearty, spiced stew that will warm you from the inside out. This traditional dish is served with Basmati Rice.
Though the authentic traditional recipe contains lamb fillet pieces, we have altered the recipe to use ground beef. Also excellent is chopped steak or stewing beef. Additionally there is the easy-to-find and always available potato and carrots as well, the star of the show- peas peas glorious peas! This is fantastic comfort food Syrian style! Frozen peas are such a brilliant product and mean you can have this anytime of year, regardless of seasonality. This dish is also a great example of how you can stretch a handful of meat to feed a whole family.
“Khuushuur” is a unique Mongolian deep fried dumpling which is one of the most traditional foods in Mongolia. Khuushuur is a savory Mongolian pastry that is traditionally filled with a mixture of ground beef or mutton and variations of seasonings.