My husband and I have reached a very special milestone in our marriage. Since getting married, we’ve now done 20 cuisine nights! We started off with the countries of our cultural heritage – Dutch, English, Irish and Danish – and then branched off to explore all the continents. I’m so thankful to live in a world where there’s such diversity and so many different types of delicious food!
I’m not going to write too much about our cuisine nights (maybe another post to come), but I’m going to let the pictures do the talking.
Croquettes, braised beef with stamppot & apple pie
Scones with jam and cream, roast beef & Bakewell tart
Potato boxty, Dublin coddle & apple cake
Smørrebrød, roast pork with rhubarb and cucumber & rødgrød med fløde
Prawn soup, steak with chimichurri & fried bananas
Japchae noodles, jjimdak braised chicken & Korean pancakes
Roasted tomato and basil spaghetti, osso bucco & hazelnut cake
Borsch, solyanka beef stew & honey cake
Saffron and cranberry rice, walnut and pomegranate chicken & rosewater halva
Shrimp and bacon chowder, barbecue pork ribs & pumpkin pie
Spiced chicken with couscous, fish tajine & orange and almond cake
Chop suey, lu sipi with root vegetables & pineapple pie
Mini meat pies, chilli and coriander sausage sandwiches & pavlova
Rice paper rolls, lemongrass pork & Vietnamese flan
Roast pumpkin with peanut butter, spiced chicken stew with sadza & cornmeal cake
Spanikopita, roast lamb with Greek salad & melomakarona
Bacalhau, piripiri chicken & Portuguese tarts
Mushroom soup, beef goulash & cherry strudel
Okonomiyaki, shoyu ramen & Japanese cheesecake
Lamb and vegetable soup, plokkfiskur & happy marriage cake
What dishes would you order from this menu?