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    sofie-a-toast
    Mon May 06, 2013 3:44 pm
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    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:18 pm
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    As an aside, Satyne, You marked me off for the Algerian recipe, but I made
    the Angola recipe. Not to worry, as I'll be making the Algerian one tomorrow.
    oh whoops will try to fix
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:37 pm
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    Sharon123 wrote:
    Love the photos Peggy!

    I have made, enjoyed and now posted Albanian Tossed Salad. So one down for Albania!


    I just made Dairy Free Café Au Lait (Algeria) by Umbinnat, went to review it, and found I've already made it!


    Updated.
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:39 pm
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    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!



    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.
    UmmBinat
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:41 pm
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    threeovens wrote:
    I made Afghan Meat Filled Pasta (Mantou). I haven't reviewed it yet, because I haven't eaten it yet. I took it to work for dinner a little later this evening. I also want feedback from DH. I left the tomatoes chunky as well as the onions. Okay, I admit it. I cut the recipe down to 2 servings so it wasn't enough to put in my food processor! My immersion blender decided today was as good as any a day to die. I tasted all the components, so I know it is good. The recipe was a little hard to understand though. Also, I did not have wonton wrappers. Or at least ones that were not moldy. Who knew wonton wrappers got moldy? Anyway, I used spring roll wrappers instead. They were actually fun to work with. They are just a little too thin for steaming and some of the packets opened, as you can see in the photo.

    I am planning on making more Afgani food.



    Neato. I love Afghan food!!


    Last edited by UmmBinat on Mon May 06, 2013 4:43 pm, edited 1 time in total
    sofie-a-toast
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:42 pm
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    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!





    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?
    UmmBinat
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:49 pm
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    Satyne wrote:
    threeovens wrote:
    Okay. Maybe I can help. Satyne thought it would be an exciting learning experience to travel the world through every country''s food. There are a number of bloggers that are currently doing this. She thought it would be a good idea to share her journey with any of us who want to tag along.

    There are absolutely no requirements. The goal is to make the national dish or another typical dish from each and every country. However, you may not be able to do this or even want to. So you can travel a little or a lot, it is all up to you.

    Satyne thought it would be nice to share either experiences or research about different countries along the way. All optional, but fun to read, I think.

    You can make any dish you like, either from this site or anywhere else. If you want to add it to the database, great. If you don't, no problem. You can make any dish of your choosing. The fun is the journey. Posting a link will help others who want to try what you did. If you want, I will add the recipe to the database, I am good like that.

    Now, take a deep breath. Relax. This journey will take years if you keep with it.


    Spot on, except that yeah, I do want to have the recipes added to the website, it doesn't matter who posts them, but the idea is to be able to add them all to the countries 'menu' and the journey's cookbook for easy reference.


    Great rules! I didn't see this game advertised anywhere! So happy to find it.
    UmmBinat
    Mon May 06, 2013 4:56 pm
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    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!




    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?


    I say they should count it since you are the one who got me over here from your post in Veggie Swap.
    threeovens
    Mon May 06, 2013 5:03 pm
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    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!



    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Let me know if there is any recipe you cannot or do not want to enter yourself. I will be happy to do it for you for this event.
    sofie-a-toast
    Mon May 06, 2013 5:24 pm
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    UmmBinat wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!




    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?


    I say they should count it since you are the one who got me over here from your post in Veggie Swap.


    icon_smile.gif So happy you came!
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 5:59 pm
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    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!





    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?


    To clarify you don't have to do a recipe for all countries to play. Also we were trying to cook national dishes predominantly unlike zwt. I will tidy everything up on my lunch break to make things clearer. We are getting too similar to zwt
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 11:14 pm
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    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!





    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?



    Hi Sofie

    Ok, finally on a pc and able to give you a decent answer.

    No, I won't mark off a tag for something made in the past. If you want to make it again I'll accept that (such as in the case of Sharon above).

    This game is about making national and significant dishes. We're not setting out to do what ZWT does and have people need to meet a minimum requirement for each round, so it doesn't matter if you can't make a recipe for every country, so long as you complete any tags you do submit.

    Please DO feel free to check out the menus (they're the hyperlinks in the first couple of posts) where our amazing menu masters have carefully broken up the recipes into categories.

    If you don't like a national or significant dish, no worries, you're still more than welcome to cook something else from that country and tell us about it, but the main goal is to make the national dish.


    Hope that helps.
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 11:15 pm
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    threeovens wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!



    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Let me know if there is any recipe you cannot or do not want to enter yourself. I will be happy to do it for you for this event.


    Please feel free threeovens. I'm also happy to submit recipes if others want to review them rather than just tell us about a recipe they submit.
    Satyne
    Mon May 06, 2013 11:18 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    UmmBinat wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    threeovens wrote:
    Okay. Maybe I can help. Satyne thought it would be an exciting learning experience to travel the world through every country''s food. There are a number of bloggers that are currently doing this. She thought it would be a good idea to share her journey with any of us who want to tag along.

    There are absolutely no requirements. The goal is to make the national dish or another typical dish from each and every country. However, you may not be able to do this or even want to. So you can travel a little or a lot, it is all up to you.

    Satyne thought it would be nice to share either experiences or research about different countries along the way. All optional, but fun to read, I think.

    You can make any dish you like, either from this site or anywhere else. If you want to add it to the database, great. If you don't, no problem. You can make any dish of your choosing. The fun is the journey. Posting a link will help others who want to try what you did. If you want, I will add the recipe to the database, I am good like that.

    Now, take a deep breath. Relax. This journey will take years if you keep with it.


    Spot on, except that yeah, I do want to have the recipes added to the website, it doesn't matter who posts them, but the idea is to be able to add them all to the countries 'menu' and the journey's cookbook for easy reference.


    Great rules! I didn't see this game advertised anywhere! So happy to find it.


    Welcome aboard, feel free to invite your friends.
    sofie-a-toast
    Mon May 06, 2013 11:22 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Satyne wrote:
    sofie-a-toast wrote:
    Ok very excited to start this off with Afghanistan. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is Afghani but I've never tried to make anything myself.

    Sign me up for:
    http://afghankitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/02/boulanee-katchalu-patato-filled.html (it looks like there are a lot of Afghani recipes on this blog!)
    http://www.food.com/recipe/afghani-cilantro-chutney-126313

    Also, have you considered sending out a mass message to food.com groupies. I feel like a lot of people would be interested in such a fun event!





    Hi Sofie

    They must be food.com recipes for the game to work, so for now I'll mark in the chutney. Would you mind doing a search for the first item and seeing if there is a version on here for you to make and review? If not, feel free to submit it yourself to make (just put a review in the thread)

    Cheers.


    Thanks for the advice! I'll definitely do that.

    One more question. I reviewed Albanian White Bean Soup (Jani Me Fasule) two months ago (I must have been subconsciously getting ready for this tour!) Can it count for this purpose or should I find another Albanian recipe?



    Hi Sofie

    Ok, finally on a pc and able to give you a decent answer.

    No, I won't mark off a tag for something made in the past. If you want to make it again I'll accept that (such as in the case of Sharon above).

    This game is about making national and significant dishes. We're not setting out to do what ZWT does and have people need to meet a minimum requirement for each round, so it doesn't matter if you can't make a recipe for every country, so long as you complete any tags you do submit.

    Please DO feel free to check out the menus (they're the hyperlinks in the first couple of posts) where our amazing menu masters have carefully broken up the recipes into categories.

    If you don't like a national or significant dish, no worries, you're still more than welcome to cook something else from that country and tell us about it, but the main goal is to make the national dish.


    Hope that helps.


    Thanks for clarifying! that sounds fair. I know I don't NEED to make a recipe from every country but I WANT to! I'll look for another one
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