Recipes

Authentic Timbuktu Recipes

Timbuktu Charcuterie Board Ingredients Cheeses: Traditionally sheep and goat cheeses. Also, try a nice aged gouda and ricotta cheeses.Breads: Pita bread toasted and cut into wedges, assorted crackersDried Fruits: Dates, apricots, golden raisinsNuts: Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, baked chickpeasFruits & Vegetables: Stuffed green olives, sliced cucumbers, grapes, cherry tomatoesHoney: Essential to the board! Try dipping every…

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Authentic Icelandic Recipes

Chocolate Cake of Death Ingredients 1 cup strong coffee 1 1/4 cup chocolate chips or chunks 1 cup sugar 7/8 cup butter 3 eggs butter for greasing the pan 3/4 ground almonds 2 tablespoons strong coffee to be drizzled over Instructions Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Combine the coffee, chocolate, and sugar in a…

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Authentic Australian Recipes

Dry Rubs Let’s fire up “the barbie” and make a dry rub for the meat! Remember, don’t hold back when applying your rub because you want each bite from the exterior to have enough flavor to carry over to the meat’s interior! Shrimp Dry Rub Mix 1/2 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp garlic, onion, and chili…

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Great Australian Mule

Ingredients: Bundaberg Ginger Beer 30ml of Australian Gin Freeze Dried Lime Slices Steps: Combine a few freeze dried lime slices and Australian Gin directly into a glass or copper mug. Top glass with Bundaberg Ginger Beer and stir. Add ice and garnish with freeze dried limes. Enjoy!

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Irish Stew & Soda Bread

Make your home feel like the pub, where the Irish gather for good food, drinks, and company! Ireland is known for its hearty food, and nothing beats a warm Irish Stew with Soda Bread. Our Irish Stew recipe includes lamb shoulder or beef, potatoes (the famine is over!), and of course, a good old Guinness…

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Crepes & Caramel Sauce

Sampling French food and wine is a “must-do” when immersing yourself in this month’s adventure and gathering around the table is a sacred tradition of French life. We suggest a classic Breton dessert of Mère’s crêpes topped with salted caramel for a tangy, rich taste to share with your mon chéri! There are no hard-to-find or…

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