“You are what you eat” says the age-old saying. In this issue of the Willamette World News we bring the meaning of this saying closer to home with dishes from around the world! Entrées from Germany, Colombia, and China, accompanied with Japanese UME treats, sweets from Spain, and dessert à la France! Alongside these dishes we are introducing […]
Archive for February 28th, 2012
Sometimes, I wake up in the morning with the memory of a flavor, something like a scent, tapping against the walls of my stomach as if wanting me to remember something else altogether by listening closely to the rhythms in that innermost tapping. At times, it is just the scent of coffee wafting from the kitchen […]
In honour of the “International Food Week” an event that we will host on Willamette Campus between the 4th and the 9th of March this article is dedicated to one of my favourite topics: Food! 🙂 In that second week of March Bon Appetit, the kitchen crew of Goudy Commons, will cook and prepare dishes […]
What kind of Japanese food do you like best? I like almost all Japanese foods. But it is hard to tell you all Japanese foods here. Can you guess what is salty and tasty Japanese food? It is UME(Japanese plum). I am going to talk about UME (Japanese plum) for this time.
Ah, France, the land of bread, cheese and wine! Right? Oh but much more than that too.
In Colombia, food equals variety. As I told you on one of the previous issues, Colombian food is very rich and you can find an endless list of dishes in each region. Also, you should know our cuisine does not have much to do with the world renown Mexican or Spanish ones. Most of our […]
Salut ! Today, I’ll share with you a few recipes that you can use to have some French dessert at home. Some of the desserts I’ll be speaking about will be available during the French night of the International Food Week organized by the Language Learning Center (LLC) and Goudy, from March 4th to March 9th. […]
Since I’ve talked about Chinese food for many times, this time, I would like to show you some typical Chinese food from my home town Shandong, and the food there called “Lu Cai” (Shandong Cuisine).