Tag: coconut

Clafoutis: French Baked Cherry Tart

When you think French cooking, more often than not what comes to mind are the more prim, proper and posh aspects of the cuisine. This is, for the most part, to be…

Apple Pie: The All American Dessert

If you grew up in the US like we did, chances are good that you’ve probably heard this saying at least a few times in your life. As American as apple…

Lamingtons: Australian Sponge Cakes

It’s funny how food can have a certain lasting power little else can match. Surely, lamingtons are a fabulous sponge cake dessert, but that it has monopolized the Lamington name…

Anzac Biscuits: New Zealand Rolled Oats Crisps

There is an unmistakeable power of food that can, at times, evoke powerful memories and emotions in all of us. In Australia and New Zealand, the Anzac biscuit most certainly…

Otai: Tongan Coconut Watermelon Drink

Sometimes, it’s not specific dishes that stand out in a cuisine. No, sometimes it’s the drinks that are the true stars of the show. For the Tongan cuisine, there are two…

Caril de Caranguejo: Mozambican Crab Curry

There are some culinary mixes that simply work better than others. It could be a complementary set of flavor profiles or that one cuisine’s cooking method merges seamlessly with another’s ingredients….