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 

Mixed Potato Latkes

Mixed Potato Latkes

Winter calls for comfort, and what is more comforting than potatoes? That’s right. Fried potatoes. Which is why latkes make the perfect Hanukkah food. But, of course, I am completely unable to do anything normal. So these are mixed potato latkes, with both russet and 

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, 

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, 

Butternut Squash Risotto

Butternut Squash Risotto

Hello hello! If you’re a repeat visitor to this blog then you know that I love seasonal eating. Nothing tastes better than fresh produce. But in the fall and winter, it can sometimes feel difficult to eat seasonally – and colorfully. The world outside looks 

Lettuce Wraps with Teriyaki Mixed Vegetables

Lettuce Wraps with Teriyaki Mixed Vegetables

My favorite recipes to have are the ones that let you take whatever you have in the pantry or fridge, put it together, and make magic out of it. That’s exactly the goal with these lettuce wraps: take whatever might be going bad soon in