The world is my home! This is so true in today’s context. Technology surely brings the world closer. A person sitting in a remote town in India, can view what another person is eating for lunch in the Caribbean at that very moment. Such is the power of Social Media. Everyday I come across so many recipes from across the globe. This got me thinking. Like me, there would be others who would love to know what people across the globe are eating, what their traditional meal looks like, what kind of flavors they use, how different their food is from ours, what is a cherished family recipe! Being the inquisitive type, I decided to do something about it.
That is how the idea to do this round-up was born. I planned to reach out to 8 other food bloggers from different parts of the world to contribute to this post with their traditional vegetarian recipes. It was very interesting for me to interact with different food bloggers who have some amazing blogs out there, with many different recipes to share. All of them were very forthcoming and readily agreed to participate. This got the ball rolling. The slightly challenging part was to get a vegetarian recipe out of some since a majority of the traditional meals contained some form of meat. Thankfully, everyone was very accommodating and this round-up shaped up exactly the way it was meant to be. Now let me introduce you to all of us.
Each of us come with a unique personality, strong mind and a good soul. Our purpose connects us – Love for Food. We all love to cook, feed our family and friends, create new recipes for the coming generations and spread cheer through our respective blogs in the virtual world. Everyday we strive to do something beyond normalcy and for the better. The overwhelming support from readers like you makes it all worthwhile. Thank you!
Excited to know more?? Well, I am glad to share! ūüôā
One of her favorite recipe is the Arabic Spinach Pastries which is a very popular appetizer in Jordan. People have it for breakfasts, lunch, or dinner, and are served in women’s gatherings, picnics, lunch invitations, and weddings too. These pastries are easy to make, mostly people prepare them ahead, and freeze them in spring season, which is spinach season in Jordan. They are soft, fluffy with a unique tangy flavor because of sumac spice!
if you can’t make a Boxty, you’ll never get your man.”