Peruvian food recipes showcase a remarkable diversity of ingredients, including bountiful fresh fish and countless varieties of corn and chilies. And don’t even get us started on Peruvian potatoes! The Eat Peru blog is on a mission to bring the wonders of Peruvian dishes to a broader audience of foodies. Here’s Keith Lang of Eat Peru’s take on what makes Peruvian recipes so delectable.
For nearly five decades, Michelle O. Fried has made her home in Ecuador, devoting herself to the creation of Andean food. Her goal? Designing recipes for the modern kitchen that capture the traditional flavors and nutritional value of Ecuadorian cooking. We recently spoke with Michelle, from her home in Ecuador, about the process of translating traditional Ecuadorian food into recipes that are both accessible for today’s cooks and high in nutritional value.
Pilar Hernandez is a cookbook author and food blogger dedicated to bringing the best in Chilean food to her audience. She crafts delicious traditional recipes using ingredients readily available in American supermarkets. Her blog and cookbook also highlight Chilean hospitality, which is based on the Spanish phrase “quédate un poquito” or “stay awhile.” Find out more about her background, passion for Chilean cuisine, and which recipe she’s loving right now.
Denise Browning runs the website Easy and Delish, specializing in Brazilian cuisine. A mom of two girls, she understands the importance of relying on go-to recipes that are healthy yet delectable. We recently sat down with Denise to discuss her background, passion for traditional Brazilian food, and which recipe she feels exemplifies the Brazilian way of cooking.
If you’ve put your upcoming travel plans on hold and are taking a wait-and-see approach before locking in future reservations and bookings, you’re not alone. However, we’ve reached a stage in the game where there’s enormous value in planning your 2021 travels, especially when done carefully and with sensitivity. Although it might surprise you, now’s the perfect moment to plan your family vacation for 2021. Here are five reasons why.
Are you and your kids ready to go on a read around the world adventure? From Africa to Asia, North America to South America, reading popular children’s books from all over the globe will introduce your little ones to different parts of the world and new cultures. Here’s our list of 30 fantastic storybooks for kids to launch your journey.
Many of us have been thrown into a homeschooling routine. Depending on your children’s learning styles, they may be struggling at the moment to stay on track, and you may be wondering what’s next. Fortunately, these homeschool resources will help you fill in the gaps or develop a daily routine based on your current needs.
To help “flatten the curve” when it comes to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), institutions and organizations around the world have enacted temporary closures—from schools to museums, libraries to theaters, and more. How do you keep your homeschoolers entertained and engaged despite these closures? Virtual art museum tours represent one of many ways. They expose kids to new artwork and artifacts despite “stay at home” orders. Let’s take a look at the many fantastic options for exploring the world’s great cultural centers.
Travel may be on the back burner right now, but you can still escape into exciting destinations at a moment’s notice right from the comfort of your couch. Learn about global cultures, inspire wanderlust, and have plenty of fun as a family by watching our pick of the 11 best travel movies. And because our list of films for families appeals to all ages, you’ll look forward to movie night just as much as your children!
Just because a family vacation isn’t in your immediate future doesn’t mean there aren’t beautiful ways to learn more about the world and other cultures while at home. Check out these ten crafts designed to get your kids excited about other countries and cultures around the world.