April 1994 – April 2014 We are very precisely in the month commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide.
South Sudan gained independence only 3 years ago. Without its independence, our blog would probably be called 195 flavors!
With the help of 196 Flavors and my Moroccan heritage, I think I can say that I am well versed when it comes to the dos and don’ts about meatballs!
Whenever I am being asked about my favorite British recipe, I always answer that it has to be an Indian dish!
Ask a Samoan what he did on December 30, 2011 and he will answer that this date never existed!
“Gluttony starts when no you are no longer hungry.” This is not from me but from Alphonse Daudet and I happen to agree with him!
Although this is not the first pilaf recipe we publish on 196 flavors, plov is Uzbekistan’s national dish and there was no way we could skip this institution.
I started making halva a few months ago as we traveled to Israel. At the time, I focused on the Levantine version, specifically the Turkish one.
And here’s another exotic and unusual discovery to add to my list with this post! Thank you 196 Flavors!
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