[Translate] It seems I’m on a bit of an Asian kick these days… which is not unheard of since I’ve spent many a day hanging out Read More »
[Translate] I’m like always eating tacos, but these chili chicken tacos are kinda my specialty: Juicy slow-cooked chicken breast that just shreds apart. Plus! You could Read More »
[Translate] Believe it or not, Americans do not have the patent of fried chicken. These Korean fried chicken bites have a thin über crispy shell and Read More »
[Translate] This is my way of making a fast Vietnamese noodle soup. It seems I’m on a bit of an Asian kick these days… which is Read More »
[Translate] When I was younger, I used to eat pho up to 3 times a week! Now, when I’m craving pho, I want it fast! So Read More »
Finalist in the 2015 SAVEUR Blog Awards!
Americulinariska is a Finalist for “Best Use of Video” in the 6th Annual SAVEUR Blog Awards!
We are one of six finalists (out of 50,000 submission overall!) in the “Best Use of Video” category, which will have two winners: the finalist with the most votes will be named Readers’ Choice winner and a team of SAVEUR editors will select an equally weighted Editors’ Choice winner. Although we are newer to the game, and still building our community, we want to make a solid go at this opportunity.
So, now until April 30, 2015 voting will be open at saveur.com/blogawards
So tell all your friends and vote! We really need your support!
Need some taking points? Look no further:
Americulinariska is produced by Kendra Valentine, an American living in Sweden. Promoting cooking it for yourself and pushing big flavors is the back bone… fried chicken and tacos complicitly involved. The blog videos are fun, straightforward, and based on exploring the diversity of American food heritage within an international context. The food focuses on cooking good eats no matter where you call home: using creativity and whole food.
The mission of the blog is to encourage cooking and knowledge of what your food is made of so you can be innovative and resourceful with what you have.
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