Monday, September 28, 2015

Everyday International

Writing a post about "authentic" recipes and cooking is a lot harder than I thought it would be.  There is a lot of research and ingredient sourcing fairly complicated recipes.  If you can understand the instructions in the first place.

Don't worry, I'm not planning on stopping.  I have multiple posts in progress, and Hungary on the menu plan.

It is just that cooking internationally-inspired food does not have to be this hard.  We have lots of dinners that are influenced by international cuisine and we love it.  I'm going to have some posts of these Everyday International foods to both encourage myself and hopefully give you some easier ways to join in the fun.

These will be a lot less vetted than other things.  I make no claims about authenticity, just about taste and process.

Italy, India, and Mexico will probably be some of the first countries we visit though this, but not the last.

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