Lentil Stuffed Samosas – Dal ke Samose a Guest Post by Journey Kitchen
I am super excited to launch this new, India Series, along with the other two ongoing, Israel Series and Tree Nut/Nut Free Macaron Series which is on hiatus until the Fall season. To help me launch this series I asked the lovely, super young and super talented Kulsum (@JourneyKitchen) of Journey Kitchen to share some of our all time favorites, samosas. I can't really recall when Kulsum's and my paths crossed on twitterverse but what struck me the most was her unique Indian Bohra Cuisine…
Beer Battered Hake
Sometimes life takes you on a bumpy ride. Not serious stuff, but enough to make you need a hug at the end of the day. Like breaking down on the highway in mid morning traffic. Or getting a massive bill for unforseen medical costs. Or finding out your fridge has stopped working.
Africa Travel Blog | Hills of Africa
Explore Africa travel tips & learn more about Africa destinations & safari accommodations on the Hills of Africa travel blog.
Butternut and 3 Cheese Ravioli with Sage Butter
As the days are drawing darker and colder, all I want for dinner is comfort food. Not necessarily buckets full of mac 'n cheese, but definitely something buttery and indulgent. Although pasta is considered a relatively simple staple, it can certainly be turned into something spectacular if you take the time.
South African Boma Bread - The Active Explorer
Enjoy this guest post by Rachelle Lucas, aka @travelblggr ~ Thanks Rachelle! “Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” — James Beard There is something about sharing a meal together around a camp fire that seems to instantly bond friendships. I don’t know if it’s the glow of the embers, warming up next …