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A Tasty Caribbean Recipe Using Green Bananas.

A Tasty Caribbean Recipe Using Green Bananas.

  This recipe is a combination of many things. It’s a take on a recipe my mom would make but instead of using canned salmon as I did, she would normally use pieces of salted cod. Then about a year ago I saw Levis Roots of “Reggae Reggae Sauce” sauce fame cook up a batch […]

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The Ultimate Dhalpuri Recipe.

The Ultimate Dhalpuri Recipe.

  Over the past couple years I’ve shared a few recipes which I’ve coined as being “Ultimate” and with the popularity of this roti and the amount of requests for the recipe over the last few months I strongly believe it deserves to join the other cast members in the ultimate series. Growing up in […]

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Coconut Bake A Classic Caribbean Bread.

Coconut Bake A Classic Caribbean Bread.

  Yes it’s a bread, but we call it a bake. Just as the fry bake recipe I shared with you a while back, which isn’t really baked… we try our best to confuse the heck out of people with our food names. Walking into the house after school or on those days when in […]

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The Simplicity And Splendor of Dasheen.

The Simplicity And Splendor of Dasheen.

There’s been a few times while in the produce section at the grocery store pondering over the limited ground provision section, when I’ve been questioned about some of the selections. People are very interested in learning more about the “strange” foods which now occupy space on the shelves… name, where it comes from, how do […]

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Eggplant With Potatoes A Classic Vegetarian Dish.

Eggplant With Potatoes A Classic Vegetarian Dish.

Similar to the original curry baigan and aloo recipe I shared with you guys back in 2009 (time really flies), this one is very flexible and can work as a vegetarian meal or you can add left over stewed meats or pieces of salted cod and take it to another level. With the strong East […]

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Banana Fritters A Caribbean Favourite.

Banana Fritters A Caribbean Favourite.

With  all the recent requests I’ve been getting for more dessert type recipes, I’ve decided to share a classic banana fritters recipes with you guys. In all honesty I don’t like banana as I once did as a child. I strongly believe I had too much growing up on the islands as it’s common to […]

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The Simplicity Of Cassava Dumplings.

The Simplicity Of Cassava Dumplings.

Our dad grew up on the family cocoa and coffee plantation with my great grandparents, so basically his meals consisted of what we refer to “blue” food. Ground provisions (yams, dasheen, eddoes, cassava etc), green bananas, dumplings and other very traditional dishes passed on from slavery days. So when we were growing up many of […]

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A Tantalizing Tamarind Sauce.

A Tantalizing Tamarind Sauce.

After posting the tambran (tamarind) ball recipe a couple days ago (sweet spicy sour tambran balls) , I realize that I still had some tamarind left back so I decided to share this recipe with you guys. Originally when I told my mom I purchased some tamarind in a box at the Asian store, she […]

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Pommecythere Amchar Talkari.

Pommecythere Amchar Talkari.

You’re probably wondering what the heck is wrong with Chris,  when you read both Amchar and talkari as the heading of this recipe. I didn’t know if this would be considered amchar, talkari or curry Pommecythere considering I didn’t use any curry in cooking it. All I know is that the few times I had […]

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Lentils And Split Peas Dhal.

Lentils And Split Peas Dhal.

This recipe is pretty much a clone of the traditional dhal recipe I shared with you a while back, except this one we’ll be using lentils along with the yellow split peas. I still recall our grandmother making this when we were kids and eating it as we would soup. Last week I was going […]

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