Sunday, August 17, 2014

Sunday's Musings...

I was thinking yesterday as I was preparing the Hatch Chiles, and believe me when I say that can be a dangerous thing.
Just kidding.

But I was thinking.  About the fact that I was doing the prep work for a couple of awesome Mexican dishes, and how the day before I'd gotten to eat Indian Food, at my favourite restaurant in the 'big city', and then picked up a pizza for dinner. 

So in the space of two days, I've eaten food from three totally different cuisines.  Actually, this week I've eaten meals and dishes from almost all over the world. 

I'll give you some examples . 
I made a Kiksekage for my birthday, and it's Danish, mostly.  Well, I'm claiming it's Danish.  

I had a Caesar Salad for lunch.  Which was invented by an Italian in the US, at least according to Wikipedia.   Let's go onto dinner, which was Fish and Chips, an English staple, although mine wasn't a true beer battered fish.  Later on in the week we had a Shepherds Pie which is English in origin,

I made some Palak Paneer, which is Indian.
And I can't forget the Chow Mein and Chicken Balls we had one night either.    And Canada comes in there because I make my Shepherds Pie the way I made it in Canada. 
So there!

In the space of one short week, I've eaten my way around the world, how cool is that? 
Think about it. 
USA, Canada, Mexico, England, Denmark, Italy, India and China.   I didn't make anything from either Australia or Russia, but then again, I ran out of the days of the week. 

And this morning I made some awesome Breakfast Burrito's with Chorizo Sausage.

Life is good.

Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.

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