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India: Semiya Payasam (Vermicelli Payasam)

There is no dish in the Indian cuisine that is more rooted in culture and tradition than payasam. From simple celebrations to festivities to religious...
15-10-2017 21:48

India: Rava Laddu

Diwali or Deepavali is the most anticipated Indian festival. Deepam means lamp and oli can mean both light & sound. Commonly known as the “Festival ...
09-10-2017 21:49

Lebanon: Fattoush salad

Fattoush is a popular Middle-Eastern salad with Levantine origins. This salad has it all: it?s fresh, crunchy, tangy, sweet, colorful and just simply ...
08-10-2017 21:47

Lebanon: Tabbouleh

Can we talk about Lebanese cuisine without mentioning tabbouleh" It can also be written tabouleh or tabouli, from Arabic tab?lah (?????) and it could ...
24-09-2017 21:54

Greece: Taramosalata

Who doesn’t know the taramosalata" It is a specialty prepared with cod or mullet roes. Taramosalata is a Greek word that means “salted fish roesâ€...
17-09-2017 21:44

France: Clafoutis

As popular as our typically French millefeuille, tarte Tatin or éclairs, I am sharing with you today a French dessert that is no less famous: clafouti...
16-08-2017 21:48

France: Blanquette de Veau

We are soon approaching the end of our journey that has allowed us to discover many traditional recipes from my homeland. To end this trip, I am shari...
14-08-2017 21:45

France: Daube

Today, I am taking you to the South of France, and more precisely Provence, for the most famous of Provencal stews: daube. I love this Provençal cuisi...
07-08-2017 21:41

France: Floating Island (Snow Eggs)

After the eclairs and the Napoleon (millefeuille) this month, I decided to feature another dessert that you can find in a large number of restaurants ...
03-08-2017 21:48

France: Millefeuille (Napoleon)

How can we travel through French cuisine without mentioning this fascinating dough that is puff pastry" Up until our grandmothers’ generation, makin...
20-07-2017 21:43

France: Tarte Tatin

The recipe I chose to feature today is is all about one of France?s most beloved and cherished desserts: Tarte Tatin. The French also call this desser...
15-07-2017 21:45

France: Duck ŕ l’Orange

My recipe for today is a real French Classic, made all the rage by royalty and served for centuries. Nowadays, it is still popular in most French rest...
13-07-2017 21:48

France: Chocolate and Coffee Eclairs

Today, on 196 flavors, we are welcoming for the first time one of the most emblematic pastry recipes of France: choux pastry aka pâte ŕ choux! Chocola...
08-07-2017 21:41

Interview with Chef Simon

Chef Simon is the new French culinary expert for 196 flavors. It is a great honor for us to welcome Chef Simon into the family of culinary experts of ...
05-07-2017 21:40

Philippines: Dillis

We are reaching the end of our monthly journey through Filipino cuisine with the recipe of fried dilis, this little fish that is no bigger than a fing...
03-07-2017 21:43

Philippines: Pancit Bihon Guisado

This month-long feature on Filipino cuisine is almost coming to an end with a dish I prepared for a Friday night dinner earlier in June, and which is ...
02-07-2017 21:44

Philippines: Kare Kare

After close to 500 recipes already published on 196 flavors, it is becoming more and more difficult to find recipes with an ingredient that we have no...
27-06-2017 21:43

Philippines: Bulalo

Between a soup and a juicy stew, bulalo, one of the Philippines, most emblematic dishes will be my recipe for today. Bulalo is a light colored soup th...
25-06-2017 21:40

Philippines: Adobong Mani

We continue our adventure to discover Filipino cuisine, and adobong mani, garlic-fried peanuts, will be my second recipe this month. It is pronounced ...
20-06-2017 21:43

Philippines: Ube Halaya

We continue our journey through Filipino cuisine with one of the most emblematic and colorful desserts of the country: ube halaya. Ube halaya, also ca...
19-06-2017 21:46

Philippines: Pan De Sal

Destination: the Philippines for its famous pandesal. Can’t go wrong with bread! On June 12, 1898, after an uprising against the Spanish colonial go...
12-06-2017 21:41

Philippines: Chicken Adobo (Adobong Manok)

There is always an excuse for us to choose a specific cuisine for our monthly feature. This month, we are headed to the Philippines, where Independenc...
10-06-2017 21:39

Thailand: Kaeng Khiao Wan (Green Curry)

Over the past month, we have explored Thai cuisine, a very rich and diverse cuisine that heavily relies on balance of aromatics. It is a cuisine that ...
04-06-2017 21:42

Thailand: Thai Iced Tea

Thai iced tea (??????) is a popular Thai drink prepared with black tea, milk and sugar. This cold beverage is not only popular in Thailand but through...
02-06-2017 21:43

Thailand: Tod Man Pla (Fish Cakes)

You can eat them as an appetizer, a main course or even as street food, here is my last Thai recipe: Thai fish cakes also known as tod man pla. You’...
27-05-2017 21:39

Thailand: Tod Man Khao Pod (Corn Fritters)

Today I will teach you how to prepare tod man khao pod, the popular Thai corn fritters. According to the traditional Thai recipe, tod man khao pod (??...
22-05-2017 21:45

Thailand: Pad See Ew

Pad see ew, the classic Thai noodle dish, will be my third recipe for this month?s journey to the Land of Smiles. Pad see ew, also spelled phat si-io,...
18-05-2017 21:41

Thailand: Pad Ka Pao Gai (Fried Chicken with Basil)

My second recipe of this month’s trip to Thailand is one of my favorite Thai recipes, the traditional pad ka pao gai, a spicy chili and basil flavor...
17-05-2017 21:45

Thailand: Mango with Sticky Rice (Khao Neow Mamuang)

Summer is approaching, and with our focus on Thai cuisine this month, we had to feature one of the most emblematic summer desserts of the Land of Smil...
13-05-2017 21:46

Thailand: Kaeng Kari Kai (Yellow Curry)

Kaeng kari kai or chicken yellow curry will be my Thai recipe today. Last Friday, Thailand celebrated Coronation Day. The coronation of His Majesty Ki...
10-05-2017 21:46

Thailand: Larb

This month, we are headed to Thailand, a country with a cuisine that is popular all over the world, and we are starting with a very healthy and refres...
07-05-2017 21:41

South Africa: Pampoenkoekies

Pampoenkoekies or South Africans pumpkin donuts are today’s stars on 196 flavors! It is a first for me today as I had never published a recipe that ...
03-05-2017 21:46

South Africa: Malva Pudding

This week, we celebrated Freedom Day with our South African readers. The occasion to introduce the Rainbow culture and cuisine. This weekend, I am sha...
29-04-2017 21:43

South Africa: Koeksisters

In South Africa, there are donuts which are entrenched in the culture of the country. They are called koeksisters! Destination South Africa where we w...
27-04-2017 21:42

South Africa: Hoenderpastei

Today, we are headed to South Africa ahead of Freedom Day which will be celebrated on April 27th. The first time we traveled to South Africa for 196 f...
25-04-2017 21:47

Interview with Justine Drake

Justine Drake is the new culinary expert in South African cuisine for 196 flavors. Tell us about your knowledge and experience when it comes to South ...
22-04-2017 21:42

Iran: Barbari

Do you like the smell of fresh hot bread" Then, come on in! Today, I’m going to tell you all about =barbari, this popular staple of Persian cuisine....
29-03-2017 21:43

Iran: Khoresh Bademjan

We are continuing our discovery of one of the most ancient cuisines with another popular Persian recipe: khoresh bademjan. Khoresh bademjan (???? ????...
25-03-2017 21:38

Iran: Abgoosht

Whether you call it abgoosht or dizi, you should absolutely try this very traditional Persian recipe, which is often a favorite among the Iranian peop...
22-03-2017 21:44

Iran: Joojeh Kabob

Throughout the world, kebab has become a ubiquitous word to define skewers of grilled meat, as well as vegetables. Today, we are continuing our Persia...
19-03-2017 21:44

Iran: Torshi Seer

Any Iranian will tell you that a meal is not complete without torshi! Torshi! Today, I am probably sharing with you the longest recipe I have ever bee...
15-03-2017 21:41

Iran: Ghormeh Sabzi

I really discovered Persian cuisine when I moved to Los Angeles almost 20 years ago. This is when I had ghormeh sabzi for the first time. Ghormeh sabz...
11-03-2017 21:36

Interview with Homa (

Homa, from is the Persian culinary expert on 196 flavors. Homa is the mom to a son and two daughters who have been the inspiration beh...
05-03-2017 21:44

France: Nun’s Puffs

Yesterday, we celebrated Mardi Gras aka Fat Tuesday and today, I am coming to put my last touch of fat with, certainly, one of my favorite beignets af...
02-03-2017 21:42

Belgium: Brussels Waffle

Belgium is a rather small country that is famous for its beers, its fries, or its Manneken Pis, but the country is mostly known all over the world for...
27-02-2017 21:39

Sweden: Semla

A symphony of flavors and textures that blend harmoniously to satisfy the palate, a soft whipped cream combined with the charm of almonds. It is calle...
24-02-2017 21:39

United States: New Orleans Beignet

Today’s post is all about the most iconic dessert of carnival across the world: beignet! Beignet is the name given to fritters in France, as well as...
22-02-2017 21:41

United States: Remoulade Sauce

This month, we are celebrating Mardi Gras with a focus on Louisiana cuisine. With king cake and beignets, sauce remoulade is another example of a ubiq...
17-02-2017 21:37

Italy: Schiacciata alla Fiorentina

Schiacciata alla fiorentina! Yes, I am taking you to Florence today! This week, we celebrated love throughout the world and, in the wake of Valentineâ...
16-02-2017 21:38

United States: Jambalaya

Although jambalaya is not a mardi gras recipe per se, it is probably one of the most emblematic dishes of Louisiana. Jambalaya is a one-pot meal compo...
13-02-2017 21:49

USA: King Cake

Mardi Gras will be celebrated on February 28th. A culinary carnival associated with a lot of calories is being planned on 196 flavors. Our first recip...
09-02-2017 21:36

China: Honey BBQ Pork (Char Siu)

Pork is another symbolic food along with noodles or dumplings to be eaten during Chinese New Year’s 15-day celebration. My mother always taught me t...
06-02-2017 21:39

China: Cong You Bing

Cong you bing (in Chinese, ???), literally “scallion crepe”, is my last recipe of our Chinese cuisine journey. Before I tell you anything about th...
03-02-2017 21:45

China: Long Life Noodles (Chang Shou Mian)

Our Chinese month is almost coming to an end but a new lunar year already started over the weekend. The celebrations of the Year of the Rooster will c...
30-01-2017 21:40

China: Steamed Fish

Steamed fish (???), a symbol of auspiciousness according to Chinese tables, one of the most emblematic dishes of Chinese New Year, will be my recipe t...
28-01-2017 21:41

China: Kung Pao Chicken (????)

We are only a few days away from the Chinese New Year, which Chinese communities across the world will start celebrating this weekend. And we are cont...
25-01-2017 21:39

China: Egg Tart (Dan Tat)

Egg tart also called egg custard tart, dan tat, dŕn t?, dahn taht, dan that is a popular pastry in Hong Kong, as well as in Macau and mainland China. ...
22-01-2017 21:40

China: Steamed Eggs (???)

Steamed eggs, also called ??? (zh?ng shu? dŕn or zh?ng dŕng?ng) in China. This will be my second recipe of anglaise. Steamed beaten eggs. Pretty borin...
20-01-2017 21:35

China: Hot and Sour Soup

In the United States, it is called hot and sour soup, and the Chinese call it ???, literally “peppered soup with vinegar”. Hot and sour soup will ...
14-01-2017 21:33

China: Spring Rolls

This month, we are celebrating New Year, not the Christian new year that just passed, but Chinese new year, which will be celebrated on January 28. Th...
08-01-2017 22:01

Interview with Chef Katie Chin

Katie Chin is the new culinary expert in Chinese cuisine for 196 flavors. Katie Chin is co-author of Everyday Chinese Cooking and author of 300 Best R...
02-01-2017 21:39

Morocco: Harcha

Harcha will be my last recipe of our Moroccan cuisine journey. Today, I will speak of a food that is found in all the homes all around the world and t...
06-12-2016 21:40

Morocco: Eggplant Zaalouk

For my last recipe of our Moroccan journey, I chose a recipe that my best friend and co-blogger Vera could never have presented: eggplant zaalouk. Ind...
01-12-2016 21:40

Morocco: Savory Crackers With Sesame and Aniseed

Moroccan savory crackers or “galettes salées”! There are recipes that have to be told… I can’t always just talk about cooking and recipes with...
26-11-2016 21:38

Morocco: Baghrir (Thousand-Hole Crepe)

North African countries, and Morocco in particular, are not only known for their refined cuisine, but also for their desserts and pastries. Today, I c...
23-11-2016 21:41

Morocco: Djaj Mqualli with Dried Fruits

For my second recipe of this Moroccan month, I am sharing one of the most iconic dishes of Moroccan cuisine: tajine. The kind of tajine I decided to p...
19-11-2016 21:42

Morocco: Pastilla

A monument of Moroccan cuisine that is synonymous with refinement and delicacy, will be my second recipe of our Moroccan journey this month. I am talk...
17-11-2016 21:43

Morocco: Taktouka

This month, we are celebrating Morocco in anticipation of the upcoming Independence Day on November 18th. For my first recipe this month, I chose a ve...
12-11-2016 21:39

Morocco: Cornes de Gazelle (Ka?b Al Gazal)

Cornes de gazelle, the undisputed queen of Moroccan pastries is my first recipe for our trip to Morocco this month! No need to tell you how excited I ...
06-11-2016 21:43

Interview with Bouchra (Ma Fleur d’Oranger)

Bouchra is the new culinary expert in Moroccan cuisine for 196 flavors. Bouchra is married and the mother of 3 girls. Very passionate about cooking, B...
05-11-2016 21:42

Burma: Mohinga

“Burma" Mohinga" Hmmmm what is it" Yes! I’d love to taste ” The beautiful bright eyes of an adorable 12-year epicurean named Liore pushed me to ...
01-11-2016 21:42

Burma: Golden Egg Curry

For my last stop in Myanmar this month, I opted for a unique version of recipe known throughout Southeast Asia under different names: golden egg curry...
29-10-2016 21:40

Burma: Lahpet Thoke (Fermented Tea Leaf Salad)

As we know by now after spending half a month in Myanmar, the country is really known for its very unique, healthy and fragrant salads. Today, I decid...
24-10-2016 21:40

Burma: Green Tomato Salad

My second recipe of our culinary journey in Burma, yum makruatad keow, is a simple and delicious green tomato salad. Burmese cuisine is delicious and ...
16-10-2016 21:39

Burma: Shan Noodles

For our third Burmese recipe this month, I picked a very satisfying and easy recipe that pleased the entire family: Shan noodles or Shan khao swé. Sha...
13-10-2016 21:38

Burma: Ohn No Kauk Swe

Ohn no kauk swe is undoubtedly the most famous Burmese recipe after mohinga and it will be my first recipe of our Burmese trip this month. Festivals a...
11-10-2016 21:41

Burma: Chickpea Tofu Salad

This month, we are headed to a Myanmar (or Burma), a Southeast Asian country with a lesser-known cuisine and very unique flavors. For my first stop, I...
08-10-2016 21:48

Bulgaria: Mish-Mash

With my last Bulgarian recipe of the month, eggs will be honored! Indeed, mish-mash (??? ???) is none other than a Bulgarian omelette. Eggs have alway...
02-10-2016 21:40

Interview with Ivo (Find BG Food)

Ivo is the culinary expert for Bulgarian cuisine on 196 flavors. Ivo was born in Bulgaria and moved to the United States at the age of 25 where he wen...
30-09-2016 21:37

Bulgaria: Patatnik

We are almost approaching the end of our Bulgarian trip, and rather easy and comforting dish from the Rhodope Mountains region of Bulgaria: patatnik. ...
28-09-2016 21:38

Bulgaria: Tarator

It would have been impossible to visit Bulgaria without talking about the famous tarator! Tarator (??????? in Bulgarian, ??????? or ??????? in Macedon...
25-09-2016 21:41

Bulgaria: Bob Chorba (Bean Soup)

Bob chorba (??? ?????) is one of the national dishes of Bulgaria and it is the recipe I chose for our fifth stop in the Balkan country this month. Bob...
21-09-2016 21:40

South Africa: Melktert (Milk Tart)

Heritage Day, on the 24th of September, is a widely celebrated public holiday in South Africa. South Africa is a “Rainbow Nation” and our country ...
18-09-2016 21:40

Bulgaria: Mesenitza (Tutmanik)

We are still located in the southeast of the Balkan Peninsula … … bordered by Romania to the North, by the Black sea to the East, by Turkey and Gr...
16-09-2016 21:41

Bulgaria: Pecheni Yabalki

While I was preparing for the menu of my next cooking class this coming Sunday, I looked for a traditional Bulgarian dessert recipe, and I stumbled up...
13-09-2016 21:38

Bulgaria: Palneni Chushki (Stuffed Peppers)

For our second stop in Bulgaria this month, I chose a dish that is among the most loved in Bulgaria: palneni chushki or stuffed bell peppers. Stuffed ...
09-09-2016 21:37

Bulgaria: Shopska Salata

On 22 September 1908, Bulgaria proclaimed its independence and went from an autonomous principality to that of a sovereign state. Bulgaria is a countr...
05-09-2016 21:35

Brazil: Pudim de Leite Condensado

We are coming to the end of our Brazilian culinary journey that started with the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics. The highest waterfalls in the w...
30-08-2016 21:36

Brazil: Sopa de Palmito

There are ingredients that we love but we end up using the same way by convenience or lack of imagination. Heart of palm is definitely one of them! In...
25-08-2016 21:36

Brazil: Olho de Sogra

It seems that Adam and Eve were the happiest and the luckiest couple on Earth as neither of them had a mother-in-law! Mother-in-laws: what a great top...
23-08-2016 21:37

Brazil: Coxinha de Frango

Our sixth stop in Brazil this month features probably one of the most famous and favorite snacks in the country: coxinha de frango. Coxinha de frango,...
19-08-2016 21:35

Brazil: Galinhada

The Olympic flame is still burning on 196 flavors as we are celebrating Brazilian cuisine. Variety is the key word of this cuisine as rich and trendy ...
16-08-2016 21:37

Brazil: Creme de Papaya (Papaya Cream)

We are continuing our Brazilian Olympic journey with one of the most appreciated desserts in Brazil and around the world: creme de papaya. Creme de pa...
13-08-2016 21:39

Brazil: Caipirinha

It?s official, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio have started with the opening ceremony on Friday. Our culinary expert Denise kicked off our Brazilian m...
08-08-2016 21:38

Brazil: Quindim

We declare open the 31st Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil ! At a time when all the televisions around the world are ready and millions of spectators in Ri...
05-08-2016 21:34

Brazil: Batida de Abacaxi Com Coco

The Olympic Games will take place between August 5 and 21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil! For two weeks, athletes from 207 countries from around the world ...
03-08-2016 21:37

Peru: Pisco Sour

We are completing our journey to the Land of the Incas, with the emblematic Peruvian cocktail now known all over the world: the pisco sour! The name o...
31-07-2016 21:36

Peru: Causa Rellena

If the fate of a country depended on its cuisine, today we could say that the Peru is the country with the most promising future! I could have spent a...
28-07-2016 21:37

Peru: Suspiro Limeńo

We are approaching the end of our Peruvian journey. I hope you left some room for dessert" After a few savory dishes, Vera shared her delicious chocol...
23-07-2016 21:36

Peru: Chocotejas

We are in the third week of our journey to discover the flavors of Peruvian gastronomy. Between papas rellenas, papa a la huancaína, anticuchos, and l...
21-07-2016 21:36

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