Coconut Chicken

My first introduction to the Indian culture and Indian people was when I read Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. I was really impressed and intrigued by the adventures of Phileas Fogg and Passepartout and the mystique of Mrs. Aouda and her country. When I was in high school our literature teacher gave

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Penne Alfredo with Asian Flavored Shrimps

When I started blogging four years ago, I have never thought the beautiful things it would bring in my life. Apart from meeting so many wonderful people from around the globe, it elevated my cooking and photography skills to another level! In my culinary travel around the world, I always like to just change a

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Mastic Scented Galaktoboureko with Kataifi Phylo

I made this sweet when we came back from the hospital. I just wanted something sweet to elevate my mood. And this one did exactly that! Galaktoboureko is basically a sweet that consists of cream made with semolina and phylo, all of them swimming in syrup. I decided to tweak the all-time classic Greek recipe

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Veal a la Francaise

IMPORTANT NOTE: BLOGGER HAS CUT GOOGLE FRIEND CONNECT FROM ALL NON BLOGGER BLOGS, SO IF YOU WANT TO FOLLOW THIS BLOG PLEASE SUBSCRIBE THROUGH FEEDBURNER OR THROUGH MAIL! I am thinking of writing a book. And since this is a food blog, I am sure your first thought is that it is going to be

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Halvà the Greek Way

Thank you all so much for your concern regarding my son. He is doing fine at his new school and the teacher says to me that he has already made new friends and he was very easily adapted to the new environment. So, in order for me to thank you for all your kind words,

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