JAMAICAN SALTFISH FRITTERS

JAMAICAN SALTFISH FRITTERS

Jamaican Saltfish Fritters also known as Fritters or Stamp and Go are crispy, chewy fritters made with salted fish. These savory fried fritters are great as a snack or for breakfast. I was first introduced…

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SHEET PAN STEAK AND POTATOES

SHEET PAN STEAK AND POTATOES

Sheet Pan Steak and Potatoes are the perfect back to school meal.  With minimal effort dinner can be on the table while tackling homework! School is back in session here in Georgia and that means…

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NIGERIAN CHAPMAN

NIGERIAN CHAPMAN

  I recently had the opportunity to track my ancestry with AncestryDNA Kit from Ancestry.com.   I was beyond excited because I’ve always been curious to track my roots.  I became even more curious about it…

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HIS AND HERS COCKTAILS WITH MALIBU RUM AND JAMESON IRISH WHISKEY

HIS AND HERS COCKTAILS WITH MALIBU RUM …

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. #CelebratorySips #BecauseSummer #LoveThyNeighborhood #CollectiveBias Once upon…

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BEEFY MAC AND CHEESE

BEEFY MAC AND CHEESE

I love meals where all of the goodies come together to form one pot or dish of goodness.  I’m a huge fan and have shared some of my favorites over the years like Guyanese Cook-up…

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CHICKEN AND CHEESE EMPANADAS

CHICKEN AND CHEESE EMPANADAS

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LunchesWithLove #PackedWithLove #CollectiveBias In just a few weeks school reopens and children all over the country will be…

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SOUS-VIDE SALMON

SOUS-VIDE SALMON

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Foodsaver®; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. As a food blogger and mom, I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. …

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GARDEN UPDATE

GARDEN UPDATE

It’s garden update time!  If you recall I started a container garden back in April – well I planted the seeds in April but didn’t put them in the ground until mid May.  I started…

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HIBISCUS SUMMER TEA

HIBISCUS SUMMER TEA

This weekend marks the unofficial start of summer!  The weather will stay warm, pools will be open and the kids will be out of school.  This means more time spent outdoor in the sun.  We…

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