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Portugal – Pão doce

Pao Doce

Unless you are Korea, you can find some sort of bread in every country, which is the beauty of it. They will have different meats, different vegetables or different spices, but they will have bread (unless you are Korea, that is). The fact that bread also is something that has a way [...]

Dinosaur double chocolate cookies (Scented dough)

Dinosaur double chocolate cookies (Scented dough)

(Apr. 10, 2014) This month’s sensory from the series of Lemon Lime Adventures is scented dough! The only stipulation was that it was scented, the rest was open, but so many scented doughs already have been done, cloud dough, play dough and all, so for a whole month we were agonizing about which [...]

Iceland – Rúgbrauð (Icelandic Thunder Bread)

Rúgbrauð (Icelandic Thunder Bread)

(March 16, 2014) If anyone would have told us that two years into “Around the World in 12 Dishes” we would still be cooking and baking away, we would have been very happy and also a little skeptical. After all two years are a big deal in [...]

Canada – Bannock

Metis Bannock

Don’t panic – we got bannock!

(February 5, 2014) Canada – our home country and how much more Canadian can you get than going native Canadian? We have had bannock before on a native reserve here right next to Calgary, but it is fried, so we had a [...]

Jamaica – Baked & fried festivals

Baked Jamaican festivals

(February 3, 2014) Yah-man – we are traveling to Jam-eh-ca (must be Canadian, no?) and having ourselves some festivals! No, we are not celebrating or partying, but one of the Caribbean island’s favourite snacks, which often are served either as a dessert or as a side with some ackee and saltfish or many [...]

Cowtown Rocky Mountain Road Squares

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I know, “Cowtown Rocky Mountain Road Squares” is quite the mouthful, but as cumbersome it is to say it, it is SOOOO worth it once you took a mouthful

So this is the second recipe in our Cowtown Series and after our fabulous Cowtown Chili we now have a variation [...]

Apple Cinnamon Raisin Bran Muffins

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(November 15, 2013) I got recent blood tests, telling me I have high cholesterol, so I asked the doctor what I can do naturally to lower my cholesterol levels, obviously other than Cheerios. He suggested Metamucil, Benefiber or All-Bran and we went with All-Bran, since it’s more natural and everybody can have it [...]

New Zealand – Kiwi Chocolate Cake

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(September 17, 2013) Have you ever experienced an accidental blog post? No, I don’t mean the kind where you accidentally hit “publish” too soon, but where a way to use some fruit before they go bad turns into a full dish for “Around the World in 12 [...]

Egypt – Aish Baladi

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In our quest to conquer the world, one bread at a time, we found a recipe for a flatbread called Aish Baladi, which at first look seemed like a cousin of Kenya’s Chapati, just baked instead of pan fried. And didn’t we say after the Chapati that [...]

Kenya – Chapati

Chapati

African cuisine is not something that we had ever explored, with the exception of Morocco for the first season of “Around the World in 12 Dishes”, so Kenya was a bit of an adventure, I must say. For many dishes I did not even know what they [...]

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