Recipes

Spicy connections – Cardamom!

Originating in Southern India, cardamom is the third most expensive spice in the world after saffron and vanilla. With a long history that datesback as far as the 4th Century BC, the Ancient Greeks were partial to cardamom, although there may have been a few different spices masquerading under the same name. Over the years […]

10 Tasty Recipes That Include Kimchi

I was raised by a Korean mother, and that means there was one thing that we never ran out of in our household: kimchi. Kimchi is a spicy fermented vegetable side dish that Koreans have been eating for hundreds of years. It’s made from napa cabbage, radish or cucumber that is mixed with garlic, scallions, […]

Mixed Nation Dishes: Jerk Chicken & Pasta

Food is synonymous with heritage, culture and identity. Recipes can be passed along through generations of families and are reminiscent of your roots. Exploring culture through cuisine is one way to explore various cultures and see the differences and similarities between us all. Over the years, fusion cuisine has become popular; mixing up spices and ingredients from various countries […]

Fusionista Calling

I grew up in a family of mixed nations. A great grand uncle was married to an English-woman, an aunt married a Frenchman and my father’s brother is married to a Swede. I moved to Sweden 16 years back and have Swedish New Zealander and French god children. So for me mixed nation is the […]

Mixed Nation Dishes: Korean Short Rib Tacos

The Korean Mexican food movement has been rapidly spreading over the United States for a few years now and we can understand why everyone loves it. The bold Korean flavors and spices pair seamlessly with the fresh Mexican ingredients. This culinary fusion was made widely popular by food trucks serving up kimchi quesadillas, traditional bibimbap, […]

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