Category Archives: World Cuisine

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California Love

Guys, I love sushi. I could eat Japanese food every day for the rest of my life and never get bored. I’m super excited about my garden this year because I was
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Cumin- Carrot Salad

If you can remember back to this post, I made a meal inspired from the Middle East. This particular dish is a cumin- carrot salad. I used organic carrots and they were
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A Middle Eastern Meal

Earlier in the week, in one of my culinary classes, we were all asked to bring in a dish that represents comfort food for us. We then headed to the kitchen and
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Mexican Quinoa Salad

When I went to Mexico, one of my favourite meals was at a Mexican restaurant in the resort. There was a great salad bar and one of my favourite salads was a
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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! Between work, nurition school, and culinary school, 2009 just flew by! I hope 2010 is a great year for everyone and I’m very excited for it. As you
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Miso Soup

Miso soup is so easy to make and it’s absolutely delicious. I love the salty miso and seaweed with the neutral, creamy tofu. I threw this together for lunch one day and
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Vichyssoise and Pumpkin Hummus

As you may know, I’m unable to taste many things in my culinary school due to meat stocks or meat itself being used in the cooking process. I took it upon myself
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Naan Bread with Curried Chickpea Hummus

Looks like I have some explaining to do- it’s been a long time since my last post! I’m not even sure why…maybe it’s just that it’s summer. It’s not that I was
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Quinoa with Sweet Chili Lime Tofu

This week I’ve really had the urge to make nice dinners for myself. Sometimes I am just too tired after work, but not this week! I recently was given a new cookbook
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Kaeng Khiaw-Waan Kai

Kaeng Khiaw-Waan Kai…or Green Curry with Chicken for those of us who are struggling with their Thai language skills is an absolute must-try meal. When I first arrived in Thailand, I ate
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