Central African Republic

3 African countries in a row…. tonight we ate a meal from Central African Republic. I chose Kanda ti nymabeef meatballs. I used beef mince sourced from The Hollies farm shop, and added… Continue reading


I wasn’t really looking forward to a Cameroonian meal if truth be told; most of the African meals we’ve eaten so far haven’t been my favourite and I seem to have had to… Continue reading


Canada eh? A rare foray away from Africa and Asia in the Eaternational project…. As always, Wikipedia was a good source of research for Canadian cuisine, as were my good Canadian friends Joce… Continue reading


My recent attempt at Cabo Verde was a C- for effort at best, so I thought I’d make up for it by having myself a Cambodian feast this weekend. It wasn’t a difficult… Continue reading

Cabo Verde

Woo hoo! All of the ‘A’ and ‘B’ countries have now been completed and I’m embarking on the excited realm of ‘C’-land. I remember someone asking me when I started this project, what… Continue reading


Burundi is a landlocked country in South East Africa. It is the fifth poorest nation in the world and also has the fifth highest birth rate. As a consequence of it’s lack of… Continue reading

Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso is a French speaking, land-locked country in West Africa. It’s capital city is Ouagadougou – I remember getting this right in a pub quiz once to everyone’s astonishment (I knew the… Continue reading


Bulgaria; home of cheap package holidays and Uncle Bulgaria of Womble fame. By some stroke of luck I had a Bulgarian recipe book on my shelf so I didn’t have to rely on… Continue reading

Brunei Darussalam

Unless I’ve overlooked somewhere, this is the first (proper!) Asian country in the alphabet (or rather the UN members list). Yes, I know Afghanistan and Azerbaijan are both Asia, but I mean Eastern… Continue reading


Brazilian food has been influenced primarily by the Portuguese and also their African immigrants. Brazil is an enormous country (the fifth largest in the world calculated both by land mass and population size)… Continue reading