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Ethnic Recipes

Ethnic recipes from many cuisines like Japanese, Russian, Laotian, Thai, American, and even more. Have fun practicing unique cooking methods from other cultures. Even host an ethnic prayer night with many of these recipes. We even have an ebook to start you off, specifically for Japan.

No matter what cuisine you are into there are always people to pray for. We need to remember to not eat in excess but to eat in remembrance for others who lives are very different from our own. We should cook ethnic recipes in remembrance and love for those we have not meant but want to understand and to share the love of Christ with.

Out of all the places, I have traveled to the foods I most enjoy cooking are the ones where I have friends and have visited. This is because there is are special memories in my heart. In this way, I do encourage you to travel and to cook and to connect wherever you are.

Spring Rolls With Peanut Dipping Sauce

Spring Rolls With Peanut Dipping Sauce

Ethnic Prayer Nights are one of my very favorite events. So let’s imagine it. You invite all of your favorite people who love discussing the ups and downs of cultures, including your own. You get to focus on any culture in the world by praying corporately. And you even get to try your hand at one of the ethnic recipes for that culture. Then you enjoy a meal together and bring the whole evening together through holy prayer. This Ethnic…

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A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima

A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima

Japan Itinerary Basics A new friend recently connected with me for an upcoming trip to Japan to ask some questions about the japan itinerary. I absolutely love getting these emails, giving me the chance to research the max out of all of these fun itinerary options and use my experiences to help others plan an awesome time. So I put together this post mainly for my friend, but if anyone has an interest in a week-long trip (actually about 9 days…

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All about Kyoto, Gion Corner, & 32 Kinds of Foods

All about Kyoto, Gion Corner, & 32 Kinds of Foods

Going to Kyoto How would I describe Kyoto? At this point in my 28 years of life, I have been there about 3 times. If I were to describe the top moments I remember in this traditional yet touristy city, I would say Gion Corner, kaiseki food, Nishiki Market, expensive ryokans, capsule hotels, lot of temples (some beautiful, others not so much), tea ceremony classes, burnt ramen, and Arashiyama (a whole different story but kind of like a suburb of…

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