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Feb. 3rd, 2011


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We've reached our final two weeks of Global Cook Along. It's been an interesting and tasty year.
Our final culinary adventures will have us visiting Venezuela and Brazil.

Dinner/Vegetarian: Arepas
Side: Mango salsa
Dessert: Chocolate ice cream

Dinner: Fish Stew
Vegetarian: Quibebe
Dessert: Banana Upside Down Cake

I would like to continue exploring the world's cuisines, but it's going to have to be when Girl Scout Cookie season is over!
I hope you'll join me!
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Jan. 13th, 2011



I just realized that I completely forgot to post this week's menu!
This past week has been Girl Scout Cookies and Snowmageddon, so it completely slipped my mind.
I'm going to go ahead and post menus for this week and then next two so we're done through the end of January.

Jan. 9 to 15 - THAILAND
Dinner (meat or vegetarian) Pad Thai
Dessert Mango & Rice Pudding

Jan. 16 - 22 - ARGENTINA
Dinner (meat & vegetarian) Empanadas
Dessert Panqueques

Jan. 23 - 29 - PERU
Dinner Chicken with Plums
Vegetarian Quinoa Stew
Dessert Picarones

Jan. 2nd, 2011


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January 2 through 8 we'll be in INDIA.

Dinner: Butter Chicken

Vegetarian: Korma

Side: Naan

Dessert: Kheer

We're almost done with Year One of our culinary tour of the world. Only 7 weeks left!
I am thinking about changing it up a bit for Year Two - possibly choosing an ingredient or cooking technique each week and spending the week exploring how it's approached around the world.
For example, if the ingredient is cumin, we'd try out recipes from Mexico, India, North Africa and Greece. However, before I start working on plans for Year Two, I'd like to get input from the group. Would you prefer to do one country per week with the suggested menus as I have done for Year One, or do you like the weekly ingredient approach? In either case I would still post suggested recipes.

Thanks All, and Happy New Year!!

Nov. 30th, 2010



Unfortunately, I've gotten behind due to the Thanksgiving holiday and a massive sinus infection.
Due to impending holiday craziness, I am going to go ahead and post all of the upcoming weeks for December so I don't have to worry about getting behind again.
I hope everyone's holiday season is going smoothly.
Happy Eating!

November 28 to December 4 - Switzerland

December 5 to December 11 - Germany
Wurst & Cabbage
Potato Salad
Cabbage Rolls

December 12 to December 18 - Poland

December 19 to December 25 - Free Week

December 26 to January 1 - Russia
Traditional Russian Christmas dinner:
Meat Menus: 1
Vegetarian Menus:

Happy Holidays!!

Nov. 16th, 2010


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November 21 to 27 - Traditional US Thanksgiving Dinner

Tastespotting: http://www.tastespotting.com/search/thanksgiving/1

Martha Stewart: http://www.marthastewart.com/photogallery/holiday-turkeys

Epicurious dot com: http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/holidays/thanksgiving/thanksgiving?intcid=epi_promobar

Nov. 10th, 2010



Just to let everyone know - I had to switch up a few of the weeks so that the Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner actually fell during the week of Thanksgiving in the US.
I originally made the schedule for the whole year back in March and I got my weeks a little out of sequence. The new sequence is:
11/8 to 11/14 New England
11/15 to 11/21 Nova Scotia
11/22 to 11/28 Midwest US (US Thanksgiving holiday)
11/29 to 12/5 Switzerland (from this point the schedule resumes as before.)

Sorry about the confusion. Happy cooking everyone!
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Nov. 8th, 2010


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November 14 to 20 we will enjoy the tastes of NOVA SCOTIA.

Dinner: Seafood Bisque

Vegetarian: Hodgepodge

Dessert:Nanaimo Bars

Bon Appetite!!

Nov. 2nd, 2010


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The week of November 7 through 13 we have a taste of NEW ENGLAND.

Dinner: Clam Chowder

Vegetarian: Corn Chowder

Dessert: Apple Pie

Oct. 24th, 2010


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The week of Oct. 31 to Nov. 6 we'll be enjoying the US GULF COAST.

Dinner - Gumbo

Vegetarian/Alternate - Red beans and rice

Dessert - Bread Pudding

Bon Appetite Y'all!

Oct. 19th, 2010


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Oct. 24 through 30 we visit SPAIN!

Dinner: Paella (seafood & veg options)
Dessert: Lemon Cake

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