January Food & Travel Update

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Last Updated on January 10, 2020 by Chef Mireille

January Food & Travel Update – It’s time to see what new recipes and travel information you might have missed in January. It was a busy month so do check out all of the new content!

 

January Food & Travel Update

Recipes

In January, a lot of time was spent exploring Mexican & South American cuisine. In this exploration, you have a little of everything. Decadent desserts, warming soup, hot drinks and quick snacks.

Travel

Regarding travel, there is a general post on language that can be applied to where ever your vacation plans will be bringing you in 2019. I also have detailed a review of Poseidon Bakery – this is a traditional Greek Bakery that has been serving up Greek delights for almost 100 years. Whether you are traveling to NYC or a local, it is worth a visit to this fabulous bakery.

Mexican Recipes

These recipes are all foods often enjoyed during Christmas and Epiphany celebrations, but really they are all delicious to enjoy any time. They are all Vegetarian and gluten free.

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Ponche Navideno

Champurrado

Mexican Buneulos

South American Recipes

Have you ever used blue cornmeal or tried Ecuadorian cheese? In NYC, we have access to the world’s ingredients. Take advantage and try these delicious recipes from Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador!

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Chilean Strawberry Kuchen – Cream Tart (perfect for a Valentine’s Day dessert)

Api Morada – Bolivian Blue Cornmeal Smoothie

Ecuadorian Pasta Cheese Soup with Potatoes

Explore the World

In December, me and the Blogging Marathon group cooked up some recipes from around the world. This is a roundup of all the recipes from the 5 bloggers who participated.
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World Cuisine Roundup

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Recipe Swap

I started managing a Food Blogger Recipe Swap. If you are interested in joining, please join our Facebook Group here. I had the pleasure of presenting my version of a Kenyan recipe. This Vegan stew is perfect for Meatless Monday.

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Githeri – Kenyan Vegetable Bean Stews (Vegan)

Guest Post

I invited Fred from Simple African Meals to do a guest post here and he presented a fabulous street food from Ghana. Do check out how some people do breakfast in Ghana

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Waakye

Vintage Posts

I’ve also spent a lot of time this month updating some vintage post with better pics and improved recipes. Do check out some of the these delicious vintage posts.
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Caribbean Cornmeal Breakfast Porridge

Banana Blueberry Multi Grain Pancakes

Persian Roast Chicken

Vegan Tomato Soup

Cardamom Sour Cream Tea Cake

Irish Potato Apple Cake

Travel Posts

Travel Tips and a review of a NYC Greek Bakery that has been serving up traditional Greek treats for almost a century!

Pastel Birthday Photo Collage

5 Travel Tips When You Don’t Speak the Language

Poseidon Greek Bakery in NYC

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About Chef Mireille

CHEF MIREILLE - AUTHOR, RECIPE DEVELOPER AND PHOTOGRAPHER FOR Global Kitchen Travels
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Chef Mireille is a NYC based freelance chef instructor and food photographer. Due to her very diverse family background, she was able to travel and learn about global cultures and flavors from a young age. Her passion for culture, cooking, history and education had made her an expert on developing traditional globally inspired recipes & delicious fusion cuisine.
Her extensive travel history provides a plethora of background information and Travel Tips!

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