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Birthdays Parties!! (Back to the kitchen!)

Yesterday, on Friday night we celebrated our birthdays. They’re only 1 day apart! So we have to celebrate together, right? We invited almost 40 people! and only a few had to missed it. We were very excited for the party. It was very cool to have all the friends from Aalborg in one place. They were from different groups so it was nice to see them mixing.

It was an international party, besides Carlos (from Spain) and Sarah (from the U.S.) we had people from (East to West aprox.) Japan, Korea, China, Philippines, Ukraine, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria, Germany, Norway, Great Britain, Senegal, Ghana, Island, Colombia, Mexico, Chile and California, and the ones who missed it were from New Zealand, India and Iran. All of this of course doesn’t count the people from Denmark.

Anyways this is food blog, so here we share the menu of the snacks. We put little signs with the dishes, since the international crowd would not know what it is. In our experience we have seen that it can be somewhat confusing trying something new that you have not idea what it is.

Birthday Party Menu:

For exact recipes please ask for it.

Spanish Empanada
Tuna, eggs, tomato, onion, peppers
This recipe was given to Carlos by his grandmother on her death bed.

American Potato Salad
Potatoes, eggs, mayo, celery, green onions, pickles, mustard
American as Coca-Cola. This is an authentic dish at every American party.

“Tex-Mex” 7 layer dip

Spiced pinto beans, (mexican) salsa, crème fraiche (sour cream), cheese, guacamole, green onions, and fresh tomatoes
This recipe comes from our days in Texas. Please don’t ask for this secret recipe.

Danish Carrots and Celery with American Dip
This is an amazing combination that keeps amazing generations.

Hummus
Garbanzo bean, lemon, sesame, olive oil
Middle Eastern Specialty (recently there has been an argument about if is Jewish or Palestinian)

Turrón
Traditional Spanish Christmas Candy.
These samples have been especially brought to you from Spain by Sarah and Carlos.


There were also other things and store-bought dips. There were plenty of chips to dip, but it took a while for many guests to get the concept. Some of them were eating all the dips with spoons!

We noticed that our vegetarian friend was pretty glad that everything was vegetarian (except the tuna of the Empanada).

p.s. So, now after the first trimester of Sarah’s pregnancy, it seems we’re back in the food blog businesses!

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