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    Cooking Around the World

    Wed Mar 27, 2013 10:45 pm
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    Have you met GiddyUpGo . She is from a small town in California, a wife and mother of a young family. Her goal is to cook a meal from every country of the world. She has, very methodically, started with the beginning of the alphabet and is currently in the E's on her blog, but has not quite gotten that far in posting here

    Of course, the countries of Eastern Europe are on her list. Here are the recipes she had made and posted here:

    Abkhazia (yes, I never heard of it either, but it's nestled in by Georgia)
    Abkhazian Adjika
    Abkhazia: Walnut Lobio
    Abkhazia: Akuteitsarsh (Chicken in Peanut Sauce)

    Albania: Gjellė Me Arra (Chicken With Walnuts)
    Albania: Byrek Ose Lakror (Leek Pie)
    Albanian Date Cookies

    Cheese Borags (Armenia)
    Chicken Herriseh (Armenia)
    Enguinar (Armenia)
    Lemon Cake (Armenia)

    Kelem Dolmasi (Azerbaijan)
    Tendir Choreyi (Azerbaijan)
    Parcha-Dosheme Plov (Azerbaijan)

    Kotleta Pokrestyansky (Belarus)
    Babka (Belarus)
    Baked Apples With Honey (Belarus)

    Bosnia & Herzegovina
    Cevapi (Bosnia Herzegovina)
    Kacamak With Potatoes and Cheese (Bosnia Herzegovina)
    Socni Kolac (Rich Cake) (Bosnia Herzegovina)
    Lepinje (Pita Bread) (Bosnia Herzegovina)

    Kashkaval Pane (Bulgaria)
    Monastery Gyuvetch (Bulgaria)
    Baked Cabbage (Bulgaria)
    Mekitsi (Bulgaria)

    I've already saved a number of recipes, and am looking forward to more posts. And I have to confess a curiosity of just what she will be choosing to represent Lithuania - jellied pigs' feet perhaps icon_lol.gif I think that just might make her kids catatonic!

    Here is a link to her blog,
    Fri Aug 30, 2013 3:49 pm
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