Indonesia: Dawet (Iced Pandan Jelly Dessert)

Indonesia: Dawet (Iced Pandan Jelly Dessert)

I’ve been thinking about Indonesia for #GentGoesGlobal for a LONG time. One of my close internet friends is Indonesian, and she convinced me that something like Nasi Goreng is too expected, especially since I already had rice dishes such as Jollof and Omuraisu for other 

Bulgaria: Lyutenitsa

Bulgaria: Lyutenitsa

As part of my #LocalFoodieFriday series, I once wrote about a Bulgarian restaurant just minutes from my house that introduced me to a beautiful and rich cuisine for the first time. Sadly, 4 Seasons has since closed. While I am always hurt by the closure 

Armenia: Ghapama

Armenia: Ghapama

Alright y’all, we are back for yet another #GentGoesGlobal post! Last time we went to Nigeria, and we’re moving northeast now to visit the Caucasus Mountains and Armenia. Get your winter squash out and prepare the dried fruits – we’re making ghapama! I chose this 

Nigeria: Jollof Rice

Nigeria: Jollof Rice

I know. I know. If you’re reading this title and already wanting to kill me, I understand. The battle between Nigeria and Ghana over the “ownership” of jollof rice is FIERCE. But hear me out on why I decided to make it as my Nigerian 

Mexico: Chiles en Nogada

Mexico: Chiles en Nogada

Welcome back to another #GentGoesGlobal post, and we aren’t heading too far from my home country of the USA for this one. Just south of us, Mexico is a land of various and delicious foods. It could be bias from growing up in a neighboring 

Finland: Porkkanalaatikko

Finland: Porkkanalaatikko

It’s Thanksgiving week with is a HUGE time for food bloggers, and while I could be using it to push a turkey recipe, I’m pumping out yet another #GentGoesGlobal post to freshen up your festive spread with something different. Last time we went to Estonia, 

Estonia: Leviasupp

Estonia: Leviasupp

There’s really not a way to preface this for the non-Estonian mind, so I’m just going to put it out there: today, I’m asking you to make dessert soup out of bread. Yup, that’s leviasupp. When I started brainstorming recipes for my #GentGoesGlobal series, I 

Georgia: Khachapuri

Georgia: Khachapuri

If you follow me on Twitter, you know that my account there is mostly Eurovision with a smattering of blog promo. Imagine my surprise when I found another American Eurofan, who tweets mostly about Eurovision, but who also runs a food blog! Tony of The 

Ghana: Peanut Stew

Ghana: Peanut Stew

I am very passionate about the cultures of the world. I am a religious follower of the Eurovision Song Contest (as those that follow me on Twitter can attest to). I majored in international studies in college. I try to make sure artists and authors 

China: Cong You Bing (Scallion Pancakes)

China: Cong You Bing (Scallion Pancakes)

A few months ago my friend told us she was bringing scallion pancakes for us to try. I was so excited because I had small spring onions growing in my garden that I had no idea what to do with. But when she turned up,