Tag Archives: cooked in translation

#CookedInTranslation: balsamic vinegar chicken wings

And is again time to play with Cooked in Translation and this month we are fusioning an American classic: chicken wings. As soon as Lin proposed chicken wings as this month’s theme for Cooked in Translation, I decided I had to … Continue reading

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#CookedInTranslation: Seafood pasta

It is time to play with the Cooked in Translation recipe of the month. Each month a group of crazy bloggers gets together and plays with a classic recipe and offers an interpretation of a the dish that is in … Continue reading

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#CookedInTranslation: Quick Pizza

Today is the day of cooked in translation. As you might know, cooked in translation is a monthly event where we interpret a traditional dish. This month I am hosting and I chose pizza which doesn’t need many introductions. To participate link … Continue reading

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#CookedInTranslation: tunaloaf

Every month a group of food bloggers gets together at cooked in translation to make a fusion version of a popular dish. The idea is for participating bloggers to interpret the recipe according to their cultural heritage. This month’s host Soni proposed to … Continue reading

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#CookedInTranslation: Tower of sweet frittatine

Today we are back with Cooked in Translation! As you might know, cooked in translation is a monthly event where we interpret a traditional dish. This month Sophie from German Foodie choose Pfannekuchen which basically is the German version of pancakes. … Continue reading

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