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About swtspontaneous

Drop me a line in the comments section... I would love to get to know you! I'm the author of the following blogs: https://foodtrek.wordpress.com/ https://fallingstarsdusktodawn.wordpress.com/

It has been five months since my last post. Yes, I’m still working on making more time to cook. Unless you have a tube in your throat or stomach, I hope you are doing better than I am in exploring … Continue reading

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The World Map

Purchased and framed this new world map for the purpose of this blog and food explorations! Yippee!!!

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The Comoros- Part I

  From: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/comoros/food-and-drink : Comoros Food and Drink Comorian cuisine owes a lot to both Arab and French influences, creating a fusion of European classics with a Middle Eastern or East African twist that sees sauces spiced with cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg … Continue reading

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Foods of LA

This year, in addition to recipes from around the world, I will also be recommending ethnic restaurants of Los Angeles County and other areas! Do you have a recommendation you want to share? Let’s explore the world one food at … Continue reading

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2017

So it’s 2017 and I haven’t kept up with writing about the foods of my life/ the world at all in the last year! Well, we’ll see how this year goes!  So much good food out there I want to … Continue reading

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Swinging Doors — A Guide to Winter Warmers

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Originally posted on Eric Brightwell:
Though technically still autumn, it’s now felt like winter for over a week here in Los Angeles. The days are very short and on the long cold nights it’s been dipping into the single digits. We’ve…

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Food Maps

GEOGRAPHY A new series of food maps use ingredients synonymous with the region being mapped. Think India rendered in spices, New Zealand in kiwifruit, South America in citrus. (Nat Geo magazine) Use our MapMaker Kits to get started making innovative … Continue reading

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