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desserts

Caramel Popcorn

by Karen October 25, 2011
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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.  I'm not sure why, and when I actually thought about it I realized I had no idea why we celebrate this holiday or why everyone loves it so much.  Maybe it's because this is the one holiday we have where we can dress in costume?  Or perhaps it's […]

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Cool Down with Kulfi

by Karen July 25, 2011
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Amazing how scorching hot weather will determine what you eat for every meal, the goal being purely to cool your body down.  I've travelled to India a couple of times and luckily in the winter, however with the comfortable weather comes missing out on some great foods such as kulfi.  Kulfi is a type of […]

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Cherry Clafoutis

by Karen July 18, 2011
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The other day I asked what you would do with a bucket full of cherries and some of you suggested clafoutis, which is a simple and brilliant French dessert.  Clafoutis starts with a baking dish of cherries covered in a thin egg batter.  When baked, this batter turns velvety and flan-like.  Originating from the Limousin […]

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GD Turns One: Celebrating with Key Lime Pie and a Giveaway!

by Karen May 25, 2011
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Globetrotter Diaries is one year old today! 365 days, 138 posts, and many kitchen disasters later, Valerie and I are still at it.  We’re so grateful to have met this little community of adventuresome globetrotters. Looking back on the very first post, I can’t believe how many “travels” we’ve taken.  Like many bloggers, I began […]

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Perfect Pavlova

by Karen February 25, 2011
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There are few desserts as easy and beautiful as pavlovas. It’s simply a meringue topped with fresh whipped cream and fruit. The gorgeous white fluffy layers of the pavlova reminiscent of a tutu was inspired by famous Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova. During the early 1900s, she began touring around the world and one of her […]

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Say "I Love You" With Churros

by Karen February 11, 2011
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This churro recipe is from Suzanne Goin's Sunday Suppers at Lucques: Seasonal Recipes from Market to Table cookbook and while the dough is simple to make, you will need to have a large star tip and pastry bag.  Suzanne suggested using a number 4 star tip but I found that the grooves were too shallow, […]

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Korean Sweets Part II: Hoddeok (Sugar Pancake)

by Karen January 24, 2011
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In celebration of Korean New Year soon approaching, Lisa from Korean American Mommy asked if we'd like to be part of her Around the World Feature on Korea, and anytime I get to eat make Korean food, I'm more than happy to participate.  Check out her adventures cooking through mommy-hood (with her adorable lil' one) […]

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Korean Sweets Part I: Sikhye (Rice & Malt Drink)

by Karen January 24, 2011
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In celebration of Korean New Year soon approaching, Lisa from Korean American Mommy asked if we'd like to be part of her Around the World Feature on Korea, and anytime I get to eat make Korean food, I'm more than happy to participate. Check out her adventures cooking through mommy-hood (with her adorable lil' one) […]

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Baklava Recipe: Our Guest Post at Zomppa

by Karen January 20, 2011
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There are so many wonderful food blogs out there, each with their own own perspective.  But when we came across Zomppa, an online international food magazine written by 10 women, we were really excited because their perspective is one that is unique and globally conscious.  Check out their incredible website and our recipe and photos […]

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