Country Cooking Month on June, 2018: How many countries can a Tunisian passport holder enter without a visa?

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Country Cooking Month

If you love traditional home food preparation, Country Cooking Month is the ideal month to try something new. This special month was created to promote simple, healthy and balanced home cooked dishes. You could even attempt growing some herbs or vegetables in your own yard then using them in a dish. It's a quite satisfying experience, and the meals is a lot more delicious when it's something you have actually increased yourself.

For Country Cooking Month, why not attempt cooking something from the ground up everyday? It could be a full meal or something basic like cookies with the youngsters. Attempt to utilize new procedures, like making bread by hand as opposed to in a machine, to actually experience typical designs of cooking for on your own, and try out some new dishes. A great idea for kids is to ask older family members for treasure dishes and have a go at making them themselves.

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How many countries can a Tunisian passport holder enter without a visa?

69 Countries!

Algeria

3 Month(s)

Barbados

6 Month(s)

Belize

1 Month(s)

Brazil

90 Day(s)

British Virgin Islands

Cook Islands

31 Day(s)

Cote d'Ivoire

3 Month(s)

Dominica

21 Day(s)

Ecuador

90 Day(s)

El Salvador

Fiji

4 Month(s)

Grenada

3 Month(s)

Guinea

Haiti

3 Month(s)

Hong Kong

1 Month(s)

Japan

90 Day(s)

Kiribati

Kosovo

90 Day(s)

Libya

Malaysia

3 Month(s)

Mali

3 Month(s)

Mauritania

3 Month(s)

Mauritius

60 Day(s)

Micronesia

30 Day(s)

Montserrat

3 Month(s)

Morocco

3 Month(s)

Niger

Niue

30 Day(s)

Philippines

21 Day(s) For more than 21 days up to 59 days, visa issued upon arrival.

Saint Kitts and Nevis

14 Day(s)

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

1 Month(s)

Senegal

3 Month(s)

Serbia

90 Day(s)

South Korea

30 Day(s)

Syria

Turkey

3 Month(s)

Turks and Caicos Islands

30 Day(s)

Vanuatu

30 Day(s)

Visa upon arrival:

Armenia

120 Day(s)

Azerbaijan

30 Day(s)

Bangladesh

90 Day(s)

Belarus

Cambodia

30 Day(s)

Comoros

Djibouti

1 Month(s)

East Timor

30 Day(s)

Georgia

Indonesia

30 Day(s)

Iraq

Only available at Erbil international airport.

Jordan

Kenya

3 Month(s)

Laos

30 Day(s)

Macau

Madagascar

90 Day(s)

Maldives

30 Day(s)

Mozambique

30 Day(s)

Nepal

Nicaragua

Oman

1 Month(s)

Palau

30 Day(s)

Samoa

60 Day(s)

Sao Tome and Principe

1 Month(s) Registration made by airline.

Seychelles

1 Month(s)

Tajikistan

45 Day(s)

Tanzania

Togo

7 Day(s)

Tuvalu

1 Month(s)

Uganda

Zambia

90 Day(s)

Pick a country with fabulous food!?

Pick a country with fabulous food!?

Honestly, I have traveled all over the world with the exception of the African Continent. I feel like Andrew Zimerman from the Travel Channel. I never turned down a dish, and there are few I just couldn't handle.

My suggestion is one my wife and I do each week and do that country for a month. We put the names of countries in a bowl, and draw a countries name for that month. Then one day of every week for that month we go on the internet and find recipes from that country, order the ingredients (mostly spices and seasonings) and do our best to prepare them. We work together in the preparation and that makes it a lot more fun and good times we spend together fixing something we have no idea of what we are about to eat.

What you must be careful of is trying to get some of the different meats to put into your recipe, like donkey, cat, dog, Guinea pig, parrot, etc., but you can substitute other meat for it.

Also, I bet there are several US dishes you haven't tried. Like brains and eggs, chitterlings, pickled pig's feet, crackling bread, tongue, wild game like elk, buffalo, deer, quail, pheasant, rattle snake, alligator, raccoon, possum, squirrel, rabbit, just to name a few, and the list can really go on. Drop me a line if you need recipes, I've got tons of them. You really should try these. Plus the meats are available online.

How much will I spend on me and my boyfriend’s food per month?

How much will I spend on me and my boyfriend's food per month?

The cost will be different across the country. We like to buy a month's worth of food when we both get paid. This way we do not have to worry about food the rest of the month. Since this is not popular with some people, sit down on Sat. and make out a daily menu for one or two weeks. Buy only foods that are in those menus. This will save you lots of money. Do not buy anything that is not on that list.

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We are now doing the following:

1. At your grocery store, buy the sealed PRE-COOKED meats that come is small packages such as the following. You can make two or three meals out of them:

Beef tips with gravy,

Roast with gravy,

Pork roast,

Chicken,

Baked ham,

Pork chops,

Meatloaf,

etc.

Just heat in your microwave; directions are on the packages. You will find these packages in the cold section (not the freezer). Ask a clerk to help you find these. They are delicious.

Use these for your meat dish with a side dish or two of canned or frozen vegetables, beans, potatoes or sweet potatoes which can all be found on shelves or in the freezer section and they are already cooked.

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You can now buy bags of different flavors of precooked rice that you put into your microwave for a minute or two. These are on shelves at the grocery store. We like the chicken flavored best of all. Have a clerk help you find them.

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Real mashed potatoes that come in a bag...add water, butter, milk. Delicious. Read the directions.

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Jars of all types of sauces for making pastas. On shelves.

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Boxes of pastas with everything needed inside the boxes. On shelves.

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Buy top brand cans of stew for each person. Serve with cornbread, crackers, or toast.

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Soup and a grilled (fried) cheese sandwiches. Go to this video to see how to make a quick grilled cheese sandwich:

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Omelet with Cheese - Video:

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You can buy all types of salad greens in large packages now. Buy the ones that have been pre-washed. Add your own dressing which you can buy in bottles.

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2. The top brands of microwave frozen dinners are very good now. These come in single servings or in family sized bags. Follow directions. Look for the words "No Preservatives" marked on the box or package.

Just add a canned or frozen vegetable as a side dish.

Top brands of dinners that are found on shelves. No fridge needed. Add water, microwave. These are good to take to school or work. Follow directions on the containers.

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3. Video On How To Cook A Rib Eye Steak on Stove Burner (turn on your sound), click this link:

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4. Supermarket deli's have pre roasted chickens, fried chickens, roast beef, and side dishes. You can stop in on the way home and grab a quick dinner to take home. I buy their roasted chicken often...they are delicious.

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5. Buy a crock pot. You put everything into the pot in the morning, set it on low for 8 hours, and your dinner will be ready for you when you come home in the evening! I kid you not. Be sure to read the instruction booklet.

There is a recipe booklet that comes with the crock pot. You can buy crock pots at places such as your grocery store, Walmart, and etc.

Here are 1,160 crock pot recipes:

DON'T FORGET TO PLUG IT IN! This happens more than you would think. lol

6. Salads. All types:

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