Cuisines of India

By Manoj Gursahani Indian cuisine is famous the world over with its distinguishing sophisticated use of spices and herbs. Indian cuisine is strongly influenced by widespread and longstanding vegetarianism within sections of India's majority Hindu and Jain communities. Very integral to the Indian culture is the Indian cuisine and love of food amongst its vast… Continue reading Cuisines of India

Health Food · Peruvian

A Brief Guide to Peruvian Cuisine

By Louis Hooper Introduction When my mother immigrated to the United States, she didn't entirely leave her Peruvian heritage behind. Sure she learned the language and adjusted to the customs, but my sister and I were well aware growing up that there was a bit of Incan flare in our home: From unorthodox Christmas time… Continue reading A Brief Guide to Peruvian Cuisine

Asian · Chicken · Chinese · Fish/Seafood · French · Greek · Lamb · Mediterranian · Vegetarian

Ethnic Cuisine Is the New Mainstream of Dining Out

By Erik R Johnson In the modern world, traditional boundaries such as race, culture, language, and religion are slowly fading. Today, it's quite common to see interracial marriages and it's very easy for a Russian Jew to befriend a Japanese Brazilian or a Christian Indian. With more open exchanges, people are also becoming more open… Continue reading Ethnic Cuisine Is the New Mainstream of Dining Out

Asian · Cuisine · Health Food · Thai

The 4 Reasons Why You Should Try Thai Cuisine

By Cathy Smith If you are searching for nutritious yet mouth-watering cuisines from around the world, then you ought to try Thai delicacies. Thai food always deserves the place among other Asian cuisines because of the unique presentation and different ingredients that go into making it. Along with the unique method of preparation and plating,… Continue reading The 4 Reasons Why You Should Try Thai Cuisine

Arab · Lamb · Mediterranian · Moroccan

The Moroccan Cuisine

By Abdul Mouhsin Moroccan cuisine is a very diverse cuisine because of the influences of many civilizations and cultures that coexisted in Morocco. Moroccan cuisine is a mix of Berber, the first people that lived in Morocco, Arab, Mediterranean, and African influences. Throughout the history Morocco was the doorway between Europe and Africa and the… Continue reading The Moroccan Cuisine