Culinary tour around the world

Travelling the world is not possible these days, but no one can stop us to bring different flavors of the world to our kitchen. We’ll share recipes with you that are characteristic of different countries, so that you can also enjoy our culinary tour around the world.

Let us introduce our new idea about a culinary tour around the world.

When visiting different countries, you can experience a lot of different highlights. Among these, we count outdoor activities, sightseeing, getting to know different cultures AND delicious meals and drinks, which are different from the food we normally cook at home.

If you close your eyes and think of Spain, you might sit at a restaurant on the beach, moving your bare feet through the warm sand, enjoying the sunset and getting spoiled by typical culinary highlights like paella, sangria or gazpacho. Meanwhile in Italy, you might stroll through small streets paved with cobblestones and taste flavorful lasagna, pizza and tiramisu.

Where do you see yourself in Latin Amerika? Relaxing in a hammock under a palm tree, listening to the beats of Salsa, Reggaeton or Cumbia? Or hiking in the Torres del Paine National Park or towards the Machu Pichu? Wherever you’ll find yourself, dishes like chili con carne, guacamole, quesadillas, empanadas, rice and beans and tropical cocktails will probably pop up in your heads.

Let’s head further to India. You stroll through the lively streets of Delhi or maybe you find yourself at the Taj Mahal or at a yoga retreat in Goa, where many spices play with your senses. You might have a chai or dishes like dal, curries or samosas.

As you can see, food and drinks are always a big part of the travel experience and there are still a lot of traditional dishes and street foods to discover.

The start of our culinary tour around the world

Due to our current stay in Germany and the Netherlands, we start our culinary tour around the world in these two countries, before introducing more exotic flavors and recipes.

In our first post, we will talk about the German culinary highlight of ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’ (coffee and cake). There, we will present you the delicacy of a German strawberry cake.

Strawberry cake á la Mama
Check out this recipe
German strawberry cake

So, watch out that you do not miss out our next posts about our mouth dripping world tour!

Endive stamppot
A traditional Dutch dish, which tastes delicious and is easy to prepare!
Check out this recipe
Endive stamppot, a typical Dutch dish
Homemade japanese sushi – maki, nigiri & panda
Homemade sushi is a great japanese dish to prepare with friends or family. We will show you how to make maki, nigiri & a slightly different and cute version called panda sushi!
Check out this recipe
homemade japanese sushi
Indian aloo samosas with cucumber & mint raita
Aloo samosa is where Indian spices meets potatoes and peas, wrapped in a crispy dough casing. They are best-served fresh with a homemade cucumber mint raita.
Check out this recipe
Arroz con palmito (rice with hearts of palm)
Arroz con palmito (rice with hearts of palm) is a typical Costa Rican dish. Hearts of palm meets rice, a creamy béchamel sauce, additional vegetables and a crispy golden cheese topping.
Check out this recipe
Arroz con Palmito - rice with palm hearts
Traditional Greek salad (choriatiki)
Fresh ingredients like tomato, cucumber, paprika and onion meet delicious feta cheese and olives. A classic salad, which is tasty, easy & quick to prepare.
Check out this recipe
Greek salad, choriatiki
Vegetable paella
This vegetable paella is a flavorful vegetarian variation of the typical Spanish dish and makes you feel like you are on a holiday. A healthy mix of many vegetables, rice, cashew nuts and a fresh yoghurt – lemon dip. ¡Que aproveche!
Check out this recipe
spanish vegetable paella

Which dishes should not be missing on your culinary tour around the world?

We will be happy if you share these with us in the comments!

2 thoughts on “Culinary tour around the world

  1. Great idea. Cannot wait to try the recipes 🙂 …. and how your STRAWBERRY CAKE A LA MAMA tastes in comparison with the “Kuchen“ made by my mum.

    1. Thank you! We‘re curious which recipe will be the winner of the “Cake battle of the moms“ 😉

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