Vietnamese Marinated Aromatic Lamb Chops are unlike any other lamb dish in the world. Rich, succulent, and so aromatic your whole house will smell wonderful.
Vietnamese Marinated Aromatic Lamb Chops Recipe-
Angolan Calulu de Pixe (Fish in Palm Oil) is a national favorite dish in Angola. It is a rich, sumptuous, and filling meal, very typical of West African cuisine. There are many variations on it, but this one is in the more traditional style.
Authentic Angolan Calulu de Pixe Recipe-
A Special Amazon Prime Day Post for All of Our Valued Readers …
Amazon Prime Day 2017 is here, and it is the best Amazon Prime Day ever!
Yes, this is a rather “off topic” post, here at Ethnic Foods R Us. Just consider it a thank you post to all you wonderful readers who use our affiliation with Amazon. This makes it possible for you to obtain those unique and sometimes “hard to get” ingredients you need to make authentic ethnic dishes from all over the world.
This year’s Special Amazon Prime Day deals are many, and wonderful.
For instance, have you tried voice shopping yet? You can save $20 on an annual Prime Membership by asking Alexa to sign up for Prime – $79 (regularly $99). You must sign up via voice on Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap, or Echo Show.
Or, how about, as an Amazon Prime Member, also signing up for Amazon Baby Registry?
Prime Baby Registrants who add a participating CYBEX Aton-2 infant car seat to their registry between July 5 and July 19, 2017, and purchase it by March 31, 2018, will receive $120 credit back to their Amazon account – the equivalent of 40% off!
That’s Not All – Not By a Long Shot! There is So Much More on This Special Amazon Prime Day 2017!
All day long, on July 11, every 5 minutes a new special offer will be announced, in addition to the great deals below that are available right now!
We are pleased to announce an entire new region of the world represented here at Ethnic Foods R Us, as we have officially launched a whole bevy of pages devoted to Central American Cuisines!
There is some confusion about “Central America” and “Latin America”. They are not the same thing. Central America is a geographical region, whereas Latin America refers to a cultural entity. Latin America refers to countries – many in the same region as Central America – where a Latin-rooted language is spoken. Spanish, French, and Portuguese are prime examples. So, for the sake of clarity, the new pages we have launched are representative of Central American cuisines – not Latin American, per se.
To go directly to the main, central hub page, just click on …