You don’t always need a passport in order to be transported to another country.
You can open your fridge, grab a great big frying pan, & find a recipe on your phone & allow yourself to go on a culinary journey.
For me tonight it was France, a country I haven’t been back to since I was 8 (it was completely lost on me). I found a Jamie Oliver recipe for a dish that has been on my mind since the spring, ratatouille. I’ve developed a love for aubergines over the summer + Ratatouille is one of my all-time favourite Pixar films. It just made sense that I would finally make it for myself.
The eggplants, tomatoes, & onions were from Dargatz Family Farms & the zucchinis were from Peas on Earth. Both were from the Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market. The only things I bought at Save-On-Foods were the garlic, bell peppers, & canned tinned tomatoes (I don’t want to open my tomatoes quite yet).
It’s a bright veggie stew that was perfect to eat… especially when the sun shone its beautiful light into my kitchen.
Plus… this was a super economical meal. I’m looking forward to all the leftovers we’re going to be enjoying over the next few days. If it lasts that long. I may or may not have been scraping the pan.
Mexico's recado spice blend, popular in the Yucatan Peninsula area, is a prime example of going deep to find exciting new international flavours. Made from a warm and savoury blend of spices like ground annatto, cumin, and cloves, it's a piquant mix ideal for any meat or meat-substitute product. Let regional flavours like this add value and authenticity to your international food products. 🇲🇽🇨🇦
Heidelberg Primary School embraces its diverse culture and what better way to do that on fete day than with food. With food offerings spanning the globe, you'll leave having tasted fresh, authentic food all proudly prepared & cooked by parents from our school community. Join us at our Festival of Food and taste flavours from Greece, the Middle East, Asia, India, Somalia and let's not forget the sausage sizzle! 🌏 #hpsfete2018