Azerbaijan is a country of the Caucasus, on the border between Asia and Europe. Surrounded by Armenia, Turkey, Georgia, Russia and Iran, its history and culture are the result of rich contributions of these various countries.
I did not really want to cook meat this week. Central Asian cuisine being very focused on lamb, I didn’t pick Kazakhstan by chance.
The recipe I am posting today is probably one of the weirdest since the beginning of our adventure.
This week, I am taking you to the cradle of civilization. One of the oldest countries in the world, but also one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world.
This month, Mike is a member of the jury of a Thanksgiving theme cooking contest organized by Very Good Recipes.
Thanksgiving! A holiday that we do not celebrate in France and which we have, for most of us, become familiar with through 20th Century Fox or television series.
If you like the flavors of sub-Saharan African cuisine, you will love this dish!
As soon as I look at 196 Flavors’ programming schedule and I see an upcoming trip to Africa, I have a cold sweat! I was hoping to meet the person who would make me less critical since my peanut macaroons from Sudan but I’m still waiting!
Benin is a West African country that left its mark on me a few years ago with the city of Ouidah, which was a hub of slavery. But to talk about this country more lightly, I’ll tell you the unfortunate funny story about its Air Force…
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