Archbishop Desmond Tutu used the phrase "Rainbow Nation" to describe post-apartheid South Africa. Indeed, the population of South Africa is very diverse, and that can be seen in the history of this chutney with Indonesian, Dutch, Malay, and Indian influences.
This healthy and beautiful dish couldn't be any easier to prepare, and it's tasty to boot!. With only three ingredients kids can easily prepare this dish without much fuss, and learn a little something about Moroccan culture while they're at
These tasty treats make for a nice introduction to Korean cuisine. They are regularly served in the Gwangjang Market in Seoul because they are cute, delicious, and easy to eat when you are in a hurry. INGREDIENTS 1-1/2 cups uncooked short grain rice 2 Tablespoons sesame oil1 large carrot, julienned1
The kid in me loves these delicious and fun orange jellies from Japan. Light and refreshing, these treats are perfect for warm summer afternoons in the backyard. INGREDIENTS 2 teaspoons Agar-Agar Powder3 Tablespoons hot water1 can mandarin oranges1 cup mandarin orange syrup from the can3 Tablespoons sugar INSTRUCTIONS Cut the