International Food

International Days: Weeks 5, 6, and 7

I haven’t had time to blog in a while, and frankly, I’ve been busy in general and a bit lazy besides. The most unusual country I’ve done in a while was Ghana. My Granny lent me an authentic West African wrap skirt and head scarf, which looked utterly unauthentic on little white me. Oh, well, it got the point across. 🙂

We did Thai curry for one week, something we eat often and love, and lasagna on Christmas Eve, which I counted for Italy. I’ve been meaning to cook Egyptian food for about two and a half weeks, but I couldn’t find any recipes that sounded appealing. I’m also looking to make Honduran food soon because my brother is there on a mission, but I keep forgetting to ask him for ideas of what to make. So really, the last couple of weeks have kind of not happened. Maybe I can count the aebelskivers I made for breakfast Christmas morning for Denmark. Hahaha.

1 comment

  1. One of my old roommates had been to Egypt and made this horrible-looking, horrible-smelling pumpkin soup. (Maybe you should do Ethiopia. Nommmmmm.)

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