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March 7, 2017

Flapjacks in the U.K. look very different from American flapjacks. Stateside flapjacks seem to be another word for pancakes, but in England...think more along the lines of a sweet, ooey-gooey, oat bar. They can come in all kinds of flavors and in this recipe I have com...

February 21, 2017

When your Texas momma calls you and says you HAVE to try this recipe, you know what you do?  You try that recipe. Especially when she takes the time to hand write it down and sends it to you in England. And let me tell you...Momma did not disappoint. This recipe hit th...

February 6, 2017

For the last week I have been day dreaming of France.  We had the wonderful opportunity to meet up friends and family along our 2 week road trip through the country. One of my favorite things to eat there were the pear tarts.  I put my own twist on the pear tart and al...

January 31, 2017

North vs. South. Clam chowder vs. fried chicken. Lobster rolls vs. pimento cheese. Baked beans vs. collard greens. The matchup between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI offers a lot of possibilities for an equally intense culinary showdo...

January 23, 2017

We were invited to spend New Year's Eve with our wonderful Texas friends, Katie and Jon Balciar, and Katie was kind enough to walk me through one of her favorite and easy go to recipes. This was fun to make I loved that it can be made in small or large batches and froz...

December 13, 2016

England does one thing really, really well...they know how to eat during the dark, rainy, cold winter months.  You'll find yourself in hibernation mode, craving thick, heavy meals. What I like about this recipe is that it hits the spot without the guilt.  You'll get th...

December 2, 2016

I got the idea for this recipe from my friend Chelsea Dillon (Dublin, Republic of Ireland). She made us a delicious strawberry, rhubarb cobbler on Thanksgiving, and it was lick your bowl good. Since my kids have decided to love one type of food one week, and hate it th...

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"People who love to eat, are always the best people." - Julia Child

When sitting down at the table for a  meal, people stop and come together to talk.  Ideas are shared, troubles are lifted, laughter is spread.  This happens all over the globe; in every culture.  Life may have you running a million miles a minute, but you'll always make time to break bread. We'll share our favorite foods from around the world, and occasionally we'll even get the chance to bring you those recipes directly from the creator's kitchen. Essen, comer, eten, manger, ithe...let's EAT!

A few of our favorite finds while in England:

    Recipes from Abroad