This map shows where some of my ancestors come from. As you can see, I'm from lots of places. However, I do not stick to their foods! No, I definitely do not!
One food I do eat from my ethnic background is crepes. They are indiscernible, and can be sweet or savory. What more can you ask for? Use this recipe to make your own delicious crepes, perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
My family eats sushi at Christmas. Most of us, even some of the kids, gobble it down. It's definitely a favorite on the Christmas Eve family dinner table! Read all about sushi's interesting history. What's nare-sushi? Read this article to find out!
My family would always go to Hickory Nut Gap Farm. We would pick apples for my dad and I's delicious apple pie. The apples were always so amazing, and so were the pies!
My family doesn't eat many foods from our ethnic background, but we do grow lots of food in our garden! This influences what we cook in the summer. Here are some tips to help your garden grow!
My little sister and I love these Japanese soba noodles. I cook them, then toss them in soy sauce! I also stir fry them with vegetables. Even though we have no Japanese ties, we eat them all the time!
What's better than apple pie with ice cream? Caramel apple pie ice cream! Yum I could eat this every day. Learn to make it yourself!
I could eat this every day. This is warm, comforting, and defines the word YUM! I order this whenever they have it.