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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12 thoughts on “Announcing a New Affiliation

  1. Hi Marvin,
    A really well laid out and informative Website, I have just sent the link to my wife, she will love it and I’ll get something different for dinner

    Billy

  2. I once had a recipe for an African dish, it was chicken in a peanut sauce, like a stew, more than a soup. I can’t remember all that was in it, or what country. But, I do remember it was wonderful, spicy and peanutty. I was wondering if you’ve ever come across something like that.
    Phil

    • Phil, you are talking about Groundnut Soup, and yes I have. My wife makes it, and the recipe for that yummy dish is here on page Around the World Recipes>African Cuisine>Ghanaian Cuisine.

      It is a peanut based soup (can be a stew) and it often has chicken in or with it, also could be lamb.

  3. Good deal! I was on this site a couple weeks ago, really like how you keep adding more and more great stuff for us hungry and thirsty readers, lol.

    Seriously, I think what you have started here is very cool. Got the site bookmarked for times of “Need Ethnic Food” attacks!

    • Sandy, love your sense of humor, teehee. Thanks for the visit and comment, and for sure keep coming back – the recipes, drinks, resources, will always be continuing to grow.

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