This month’s sensory dough is slime and most slimes out there are made with borax, which from what I’ve been told is a pretty abrasive detergent. So I searched to find a slime recipe that did not have any borax and that’s how I found Fun at Home with Kids’ [...]
(July 10, 2014) Yep this month sensory dough is fizzy! All I could think of was a volcano, not much of a dough… So I searched around and found this post from Life Lesson Plans. It shows a malleable dough and it’s fizzy, bingo!
We followed the instructions and Nico got [...]
(February 4, 2014) Where is our Peruvian bread, you ask? Well, we did find a few that looked interesting, such as the Pan de Chancay or the Pan de Papa, but if you have a four year old with the attention span of a bumblebee, breads that have to rest [...]
This year we are joining a new series from Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures, where several blogs bring you their adventures and special twists on a sensory dough every month. So come back every month to see what we do with our sensory monthly dough.
The first dough we are sharing [...]
This year we are joining a new series from Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures, where several blogs bring you their adventures and special twists on a sensory dough every 12th of the month. So come back every month to see what we do with our sensory dough.
January: Our [...]
Korea has been the biggest case of stumpedness since we started out “Around the World in 12 Dishes”. As you probably know, we’ve set ourselves the challenge to bake a bread for every country we “visit”, and with Korea hit the proverbial brickwall. A friend of mine [...]
(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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Welcome to our second stop of our “The World From A-Z” series. We are happy to welcome Amanda from Maroc Mama today to introduce us to the A-Z of Morocco!
And you can find the printable version of this right here: The World from A-Z Morocco!
Allah – Allah is the [...]