Welcome to the home base of the site! Here you will find the countries on the menu for the current and following weeks (in no particular order). This week we are in Vietnam!
Hey guys welcome to our final Vietnamese entrée. Today I made shaking beef with an Asian cucumber salad. Shaking beef is a traditional meal that also has French influence. It can be mixed with various vegetables or without like this rendition. I followed Jet Tila’s cookbook 101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You …
I have been very excited to try this dish. I have watched several videos and feel ready to tackle it. I am concerned I won’t get the right crispy texture of the crepe, but time will tell. Hailing from central Vietnam these fancy crepes are usually filled with prawns and pork along with various vegetables. …
On our second day in Vietnam we made another traditional dish known as bún bò xả ot. This dish translates to beef with lemongrass and chili and is refreshing to eat in the heat of the summer. I opted to try some pork I had bought since I would be using beef another time this …
Hello and welcome to our blog! My name is Paige and I am the main gal bringing you the savory content. My boyfriend Ian will also be on this delicious adventure with me (hence the messy aprons). We are food lovers and are always craving new meals to try. Being Mainers we enjoy spending our time outdoors whether it be going for a hike, shooting photography, or camping out of our rig.
What inspired this culinary adventure?
I have always been curious about new foods. Ever since I was in high school when I start to exclusively eat gluten free (haha that didn’t stick) to improve my health I have been experimenting with new alternatives and flavors. Growing up I had my parents who both are great in the kitchen introducing me to their favorite meals, but come to find out once I got out on my own I hadn’t tried A LOT of foods. Ian also brought this to my attention with his background as a line cook in a Greek-Italian restaurant (hit the jack pot!). So long story short I always want to try new things and have new savory experiences. What better way to achieve this than making food from each and every country around the globe? I hope these new flavors satisfy your wanderlust like it will mine!
How do we Know What to Make?
Well Pinterest and I go way back.. let’s just say recently I have been spending a lot of time gaining inspiration and ideas searching about each country and discovering their national dishes. To help give me a sense of direction on what country comes next I have been able to use Random Country to feed me a countries I add to a very long list to form an itinerary. Some weeks I will be spending all my time in one country such as Australia or Mexico since there are so many recipes and the country is so vast. We also will take more time and research with countries that make up our ancestral roots. Most of the time, we will be doing one dish per country. With the goal of completing four each week we will be posting these experiences, recipes, and a little history on each meal. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do and maybe get inspired yourself!
Are you craving more? You can reach us at email@example.com with any questions, suggestions, or thoughts! We would love to hear from you if we have cooked a dish that is near and dear to your heart.