Stories tagged with lunch

Mar 3, 2016 GH Ghana
For those of you who have never had Ghanian cuisine (and I'm sure there are many of you) there are three main things you should know about Ghanian cuisine:
  • It is mostly starch (rice/plantain/cassava/maize/yam etc)
  • The portions are large enough to feed a small army
  • I don’t love it
  • The main component of Ghanaian dishes is the starch, and there are not many vegetables.  Starch usually makes up more than 70% of the meal and often is the name of the dish, even though there are other components.  The starch is either made of rice,... Continue Reading >>
    Mar 3, 2015 PE Peru
    It was a beautiful Thursday morning in Lima, Peru; 85 degrees and sunny.  My commute to work was on a bus built for 40 people, but it was overflowing with people at almost triple it’s capacity.  After previous trips, I have grown accustomed to feeling like the proverbial  "sardine in a can" on my daily commute.  Despite the steamy bus conditions, I arrived at my destination, SENATI, which is a technical institute in the northern area of Lima called Independencia.  There are around 12 SENATI campuses in Lima, but the Independencia location is one of the largest...
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    Sep 9, 2013 GO Global Update
    Moussaka, kufta and blinchika with meat

    I am not a foodie, but if I stayed in Georgia long enough, I would be.  Georgian fruits and nuts are plentiful and delicious.  Georgian wine is known throughout the region.  The use of fresh herbs is subtle.

    One of the benefits of working at LLC Credo is lunch.  For several years, one of the staff members, Eva Shermadini, provided delicious lunches for staff.  She had a staff of 2 cooks who worked in her home and a driver who would... Continue Reading >>