Latin Corn Fritters ~ Sorullitos de Maiz

I am totally unprepared for this marathon and I have not even made a list of recipes I want to cook for my themes. I am taking one step at a time, searching recipes, cooking, clicking, eating and drafting the posts by midnight, to post it at 12:00 am. Well, I could not get today’s […]

Ham & Cheese Mini Corn Muffins

For the last post in the series of savory bakes I had something else on mind. I was not happy the way it turned out and did not have time to bake another one. Luckily I baked these ham & cheese muffins earlier this week for week four and threw in some chilies to spice […]

Zambia – N’shima & Fried Rape

For the final day of the marathon, we travel to South African country of Zambia. Maize is a staple diet and is eaten as a thick porridge called N’shima, which is similar to grits or polenta. It is eaten with beans, green leafy vegetables, and dried fish or meat gravies. Common vegetables in Zambia are […]

El Salvador Pupusa, Curtido & Salsa

Today we travel to Central American country of El Salvador. It is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America. This is the only nation in Central America that does not have Caribbean coastline and the only coastline is the Pacific Coast. National dish of El Salvador is Pupusa; a handmade stuffed corn […]

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