Category Archive | “Bits and Bites”

A Zesty Souse Recipe Inspired By A Cure For Hangovers.

A Zesty Souse Recipe Inspired By A Cure For Hangovers.

I’m not much of a drinker, though I do enjoy a good Scotch ever so often and I do appreciate a Guinness or two when I’m on the islands (stronger than the ones we get here in North America). So having to deal with hangovers is something that’s completely foreign to me. I recall my […]

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Eggs In a Classic Curry Sauce.

Eggs In a Classic Curry Sauce.

This is really known as “curry eggs” and when potato is added it’s called “curry eggs and aloo”, but I just had to give it a more dignified name. For those of you who’ve never had this, you’re probably debating the use of eggs in a curry, but trust me – it’s wonderful. After posting […]

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The Ultimate Pepper Sauce Recipe.

The Ultimate Pepper Sauce Recipe.

With the abundance of hot peppers I had in my garden this summer, you may have noticed that there are several recipes recently dedicated to the most classic of Caribbean condiments… pepper sauce (hot sauce). If you look at the very bottom of this post, there should be some links to some of the spicy […]

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Extreme Caribbean Pickled Peppers.

Extreme Caribbean Pickled Peppers.

I grew up calling this cut-up pepper sauce, but I guess a better description for it would be pickled peppers since it resembles many of the pickled items I’ve seen in the grocery stores in North America. My mom would make this one exclusively with lime juice (no vinegar) and she would allow it to […]

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An Ambrosial Pepper Sauce Recipe.

An Ambrosial Pepper Sauce Recipe.

It’s been a sticky summer with just about everyday being extremely hot and humid, but I’m not complaining except for the havoc all this heat is doing to my habanero plants. If you’re connected to the Facebook Fan Group, you’d know that a few weeks back I was seeking advice on what to do with […]

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Cassava boiled and refried with salted cod.

Cassava boiled and refried with salted cod.

I wasn’t a huge fan of cassava growing up and even today it’s a last resort type of ground provision for me (when I can’t source dasheen, yam and/or eddoes). I find it a bit overly bland, so when I do cook it I try to infuse some added flavour with salted cod bits and […]

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The Ultimate Island Curry Duck.

The Ultimate Island Curry Duck.

Yup! there’s a new addition to the “ultimate” family [ Ultimate Curry Chicken | Ultimate Stew Chicken | Ultimate Curry Goat ]. But I must take a moment to say special thanks for all the wonderful emails, Facebook messages and comments I received yesterday, for my birthday (real love shown). Curry duck wasn’t something we […]

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Spreading the culture of the islands.

Spreading the culture of the islands.

Friends, I do apologize for this not being a recipe post, but I  hope you can spare me a few minutes of your time to help share some of the culture of the islands with you and the thousands of visitors that come here daily. BTW, thanks for your continued support.  I promise to have […]

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The Ultimate Curry Goat Recipe.

The Ultimate Curry Goat Recipe.

Ever since my Ultimate Curry Chicken recipe I’ve decided to attach the word “Ultimate” to any dish I make for sharing with you all, that goes beyond my expectations. I must say that I’ve never been a fan of curry goat and I’m sure I can count the number of times I’ve had it on […]

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A Spicy Pineapple Salad Inspired by Mangoes.

A Spicy Pineapple Salad Inspired by Mangoes.

One of the things you’d look forward to as a child on the islands is mango season. This is the time of the year when mangoes are mature and starts to ripe on the trees. If you had patience you’d wait for a strong gust of wind to blow the ripe mangoes to the ground […]

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