PINEAPPLE BEEF

PINEAPPLE BEEF

I cook almost daily for my family of four so I’m always thinking of new recipes that would be appealing to all pallets in the house.  Hey, it’s not easy to create dishes that appeal…

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TOMATO CHICKEN STEW

TOMATO CHICKEN STEW

I’m always experimenting with new ways to make dishes that we tend to eat a lot of. Chicken stew is definitely on heavy rotation around here and I try to add different spices and flavors…

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KALE AND BUTTER BEAN STEW

KALE AND BUTTER BEAN STEW

There has been a battle in my home for the past couple of months.   Between my husband wanting to eat more vegan meals and me trying to lose the baby weight (eye roll) and having…

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GUYANESE PEPPERPOT VIDEO

GUYANESE PEPPERPOT VIDEO

Christmas is  a little over 2 weeks away so most of us are busy getting ready for the big day.   I’ve had a lot of request for a Guyanese Pepperpot Tutorial and it’s finally…

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STEWED BEEF AND COU COU

STEWED BEEF AND COU COU

Cou Cou, Barbados’ national dish is made with cornmeal and okra and it’s amazing.  Like many other dishes in the Caribbean, this dish has African roots and is similar to grits or polenta.  Savory cornmeal…

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VEGETABLE CURRY

VEGETABLE CURRY

In a effort to cut back on our meat consumption, I’ve been incorporating more meatless meals into our diet.  It can be a challenge creating meals that are satisfying enough that meat isn’t missed.   I’ve…

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PORK STEW

PORK STEW

Whenever I’m in a bind or just simply out of idea of what to cook, my go to meal is usually a stew. Stews are usually very easy to make, requires no special equipment or…

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BRAZILIAN FISH STEW

BRAZILIAN FISH STEW

Stews are a year round staple in my home; it’s my go to meal.  My brother and his wife brought halibut that was caught by a friend in Alaska when they visited at Christmas and…

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