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onetribegourmet profile picture  Fig & Ginger Zabaglione

Onetribegourmet (a.k.a Sara) is a realtor in Philadelphia by day, and a world traveller (by way of her intercontinental kitchen) by night. After a quick glance at her recipe archive, you'd think she's jet-setting around the world to taste these marvels, but all of these dishes were skillfully cooked at home (although many dishes are inspired by her actual travels). Sara says she loves to "experience different cultures" through their cuisines, and her recipes, like Sri Lankan Masur Dal with Tamarind, Curry Leaves & Coconut MilkWinter Squash Soufflé with Dark Amber Maple Syrup & Grana Padano Cheese, Fig & Ginger Zabaglione (beautifully pictured, above), and Spicy Andalusian Seafood Paella highlight some of the best foods on offer around the globe.  


The best part of all? Sara demystifies every new ingredient and technique with such deft that by the time you've finished whipping up, say, her stunning Medley of Roasted Potatoes with Homemade Za'atar and Aleppo Pepper, you'll find mixing your own za'atar spice blend as easy as making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich (or should we say Nutella?).

Bottom line: onetribegroumet's recipes have the power to transport you to a cherished food memory you have ... or wish to have!

For more of onetribegourmet's inspired recipes, see her profile page and fan her here. Also, be sure to check out her blog.


Read onetribegourmet's profile Q&A below:

What is the strangest food you have ever eaten?
Goat feet stew

What do you cook when home alone?
Nutella Sandwich

Your most treasured kitchen possession:
My granite mortar & pestle

Your ideal meal:
Udon Noodle Soup w/ Baby BokChoy

Something you'd like a chance to eat or cook:
I would love to learn how to cook Bouillabaisse.

The ideal number of guests for a dinner party is:

Your favorite cookbook:
Beyond the Great Wall by Naomi Duguid