Announcing a New Affiliation

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Hello and welcome to Ethnic Foods R Us-

Our efforts, to provide our readers with great ethnic recipes from around the world, with information and resources to help you be knowledgeable about the many different cultures, are ever continuous. We strive to provide valuable information about all the food cultures around, world wide, for your ethnic foods adventures to be the very best.

Consider Ethnic Foods R Us as your center of the “Food Cultures World”, where you can travel the planet and visit the peoples of faraway cultures, learning the foods they eat, what they like to drink, any specialty cookwares needed to prepare the recipes, as well as resources to obtain any and all ingredients and items needed.

It is in this spirit of service to our readers that we are always looking for new and more affiliations with companies that provide any of the above, so that we can present them here, your one-stop-only-needed site for outstanding ethnic food adventures. And we are happy and proud to announce our latest and new affiliation with an online proprietor of rare and exotic, small batch collections of fine wines and spirits from the Americas, Europe, and Asia …

De Wine Spot

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Up until now, the page, Good Spirits, has been rather limited in its offerings. We just hadn’t yet found a company that provided the level of variety and excellence we were looking for, and one that had a good affiliation program.

That is now changing, in a big way, for the far better.

Stop by “Good Spirits” and check it out, and please come back again in a day or two. You will not only see that page growing by leaps and bounds in product offerings, but with informational and educational content as well.

That’s about it for this post, just wanted to make you aware of our new affiliation and what it will mean to you, our valued and highly regarded readers.

And please, if you have a comment, by all means leave it. Any suggestions for inclusions in the Good Spirits page, or for any of the many other pages here, be it a recipe you’d like, a specific ethnic foods culture you would like to know more about, whatever – The Old Silly is here every day, and loves to engage with and respond to our readers.

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Japanese Cuisine Lovers, This is For You!

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Great news for all you Japanese cuisine loving cooks and diners.

We just filled out the page dedicated to Japanese cuisine, with recipes that will have you eating your way through a bevy of awesome, classic, authentic and traditional Japanese foods from dawn until dusk.

You will find several easy Japanese food recipes mixed in with the more complex ones, as well. All in all, it makes for a wonderful ethnic food adventure, so hop on over to Japanese Cuisine now, whip up some an authentic Japanese dinner, invite lots of friends over, and have yourself a great time!

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That’s it for this short announcement post, but hey – before you leave, please leave a comment.

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Share some thoughts/ideas, ask a question, or make some suggestions of what you’d be interested in having available here, anything related to ethnic foods and cooking. I will reply to any and all who do so.

My Best Always, Your Friend,

Marvin (The Old Silly) Wilson


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Check Out the Newly Updated Chinese Recipes Page!

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Hey All-

For some time now, the page providing authentic and traditional Chinese food recipes has remained under construction. But just today, it has been filled out with a whole day’s worth of meals, starting from tea in the morning, to breakfast, to Yum Cha lunch time, to a full, four course dinner meal.

Classic Chinese food recipes like:

Jook (Chinese Breakfast Porridge)

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and Chive and Prawn Dumplings

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Nigerian Meat Pies

Nigerian Foods, Anyone? We Got Lots!

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Great news for anyone who loves authentic Nigerian foods. The page (parented under “African Cuisine”) titled Nigerian Cuisine is now filled out nicely. There are now more than a dozen recipes to invite you to prepare and taste a classic Nigerian food recipe. And also you will find some traditional Nigerian foods recipes, including a couple sauces that are key ingredients in preparing a dish from that country that will ensure you have the true ethnic food experience of enjoying real, authentic Nigerian cuisine.

Dishes like Nigerian Chicken and Beef Tomato Stew-

Nigerian Chicken and Beef Tomato Stew

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Nigerian Meat Pies –

Nigerian Foods

(Photo Attributed to Author: Joe Foodie)

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Monday Kitchen Tips

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Hello, and thank you for stopping in here at Ethnic Foods R Us. I am starting a new weekly feature post today, that being that on every Monday, I will be posting a cooking technique that will enhance your home cooking experience.

Today’s tip has to do with pasta, and the best way to cook pasta.

If you are like me (and millions of other home cook enthusiasts), you were taught that to cook pasta you begin by bringing a large pot of water to boil. Once the water is at a furious boil, you toss in the pasta.

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As soon as it is softened enough to bend (if it is the long pasta, like spaghetti or linguini) and be submerged in the boiling water, you allow it to cook for anywhere from 8 to 15 minutes, depending on the amount and type of pasta, stirring occasionally, until it reaches the desired softness and texture.

This whole process, from the time you put your water on to boil, until the pasta is thoroughly cooked, can take up to an entire half hour.

Well, no longer.

You can cut that time in half, saving water, time, and energy, with this simple and elegant technique that will allow you to cook pasta faster, and cook pasta without boiling a large pot of water.

Watch this short (less than a minute) video*. It will bring a smile to your face, and make you change your mind on the best way to cook pasta, forever.

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New Feature For This Site!

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Hello, and welcome again to Ethnic Foods R Us.

As always, we (Marvin, aka “The Old Silly” and associates) are continuously striving to make improvements here, by every day adding more valuable and informative content, provide more reviews, reports, and resources, and to make you, our special and appreciated reader, find your visit to this site to always be a pleasant and easy to navigate experience.

In the spirit of thisalways keep improving and helping people the best we canresolve, we just added a widget, a translation service, in the right sidebar.

It seemed logical, after all, we get readers from all over the world here at Ethnic Foods R Us, and many may not read English well enough to get the full value from their visit here. So now, if you are not from an English speaking country, and would prefer to read this site in another language, you can do so.

Simply click on the language drop down menu, and you will have (currently) five languages to choose from. And, you can also choose any of the languages as your “default” language, so every time you come here, it will automatically be translated for you.

Nice, huh? We think so. More language choices will be coming available soon, so if you don’t see your preference in the choice menu, please just be patient for a while, we will be adding up to 90 languages, eventually.

So that’s it for this short announcement post. But as long as you’re here, check out lots of pages, get some product info, find a good ethnic recipe you’d like to try, and just have some fun, okay?

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Again, we appreciate you stopping by, and hey – The Old Silly likes to engage with all of you readers, so please leave a comment.

If you click on the post title the comments box will appear, or, you can also CLICK HERE to make it appear.

Share some thoughts/ideas, ask a question, or make some suggestions of what you’d be interested in having available here, anything related to ethnic foods and cooking. I will reply to any and all who do so.

My Best Always, Your Friend,

Marvin (The Old Silly) Wilson

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Looking for Nigerian Cuisine? Got Some For You!

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Hey all-

For some time, the “Nigerian Cuisine” page has been empty, awaiting construction. However, just today, I’ve added some recipes that you will just love if you are a fan of ethnic foods adventures of the African kind.

Much more to come soon, too, so stay tuned. But for a good start, hop on over now to

Nigerian Cuisine!

 

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New Page Started!

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Here at Ethnic Foods R Us, we (Marvin aka “The Old Silly” and his associates) take our readers’ comments, suggestions, and requests very seriously.

Just yesterday a first time reader dropped in, remarked how wonderful the site is, with such an amazing abundance of recipes, information, and resources available. She then went on to comment that she would love to see some Angolan recipes, especially the Angolan National Dish, “Muamba De Galinha”.

Before today, there wasn’t even a page for Angolan cuisine, so I fixed that just now. The page will get a lot more content and recipes added, but the classic and traditional Angolan food recipe, Muamba De Galinha (Angolan Chicken Stew) is now up for your ethnic foods adventures experience.

So what are you waiting for? Hop on over to the brand new page: Angolan Cuisine!

 

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Share some thoughts/ideas, ask a question, or make some suggestions of what you’d be interested in having available here, anything related to ethnic foods and cooking. I will reply to any and all who do so.

My Best Always, Your Friend,

Marvin (The Old Silly) Wilson


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New and Improved Information For You!

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Thank you for stopping in. This is just a short post, a notice, really, to let our readers know that the page, “Fine Cookware” has been recently revamped and loaded up with tons of valuable and useful information.

If you are looking to upgrade your kitchen cookwares, and need to bone up on the various types offered, what are the pros and cons of each type of cookware, how to care and maintain them, etc., on that page you will find everything you need to know in order to make and informed decision and get the absolute best value for your budget.

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So take a lookgo now to Fine Cookware.

Again, I appreciate you stopping by, and hey – I like to engage with my readers, so please leave a comment.

If you click on the post title the comments box will appear, or, you can also CLICK HERE to make it appear.

Share some thoughts/ideas, ask a question, or make some suggestions of what you’d be interested in having available here, anything related to ethnic foods and cooking. I will reply to any and all who do so.

My Best Always, Your Friend,

Marvin (The Old Silly) Wilson


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