I learn how to cook when I decided to be a stay-at-home-mom. I watched various cooking shows just to get an idea on how a simple fish menu is prepared. I also rely on cookbooks most of the time. But there comes a point at which I get frustrated over a lacking or missing ingredient. If I really wanted to buy special sauces and spices I need to go to the mall to purchase them. But it would be impractical for me to do considering my meager budget. Certain herbs and spices are usually sold in specialty stores.
In one of my regular blog hopping activity I found this grocery shopping online where they market over 10,000 various ethnic food products all over the world. The site called EfoodDepot.com is the largest ethnic supermarket listing 4,000 recipes for various dishes ranging from Asian, Indian, and European, Middle Eastern and South American food. My heart skipped a bit when I saw that they carry hard to find food products including sauces, spices, cooking mixes among others. They also provide some instructional video on how to cook Pad Thai and Fried Rice using sauces and seasoning that they sell. What’s remarkable about online food market is that they offer a flat rate shipping fee of $4.99. Imagine the food that you have been longing to eat is just a click away.