Home » ethnic
It may be gray and cold outside, but this soup can add color and warmth to the season. It features mini pasta and a medley of vegetables all enhanced by pesto. It’s satisfying and healthy.
St. Patrick’s Day in rural Ireland is steeped in traditions centered on farm and family. County Cork dairy farmer John O’Sullivan describes a typical observance.
From Sinaloa’s rugged, majestic mountains and pine forests to Veracruz’s green coasts and tropical jungles, Mexico’s food varies widely-reflecting Caribbean, Spanish and Mayan influences.
Recipe for Caesar Shrimp and Pasta
The four basic tastes – salty, sweet, sour and bitter – are familiar to us, but so is umami, the Japanese name for “the fifth taste” that doesn’t have a name in the West. Includes recipe for Mushroom, Green Pepper and Onion Omelet.
Experimenting with ethnic cuisines is a proven way to teach kids about new cultures, but don’t stop at the stove top. Parents can take the family one step closer to foreign lands by adding traditional ethnic touches like music, table settings and decorations to meals for real foreign flair.
Famous for its rich, robust dishes, Bolognese specialities like Ragu Bolognese, a meat sauce hearty enough to be a meal, come at too high a cost in fat and cholesterol for most of us these days. To be sensible, I have recast this centuries-old ragu so it remains intensely satisfying but suits more contemporary tastes and health concerns.
With New Years upon us, here is a look at some of the good luck rituals from around the world. They are believed to bring good fortune and prosperity in the coming year.