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Tasty Vegetarian Mashed Yams.

Tasty Vegetarian Mashed Yams.

Did you know that the tuber most people outside the Caribbean call yams are really a milder sweet potato? On the islands we have several varieties of yams and in this recipe I’ll be using Kush Kush, which is probably one of the more harder varieties to source. I recall as a young fella on […]

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The Ultimate Oven Roasted Pork.

The Ultimate Oven Roasted Pork.

There’s nothing quite like the aroma of roasting meat in the oven, especially when you have that eager anticipation of  a lovely dinner. Though over the years I’ve modified this recipe from it’s original beginnings (our mom’s recipe) , it really one which I’m very proud and excited to share. As with the other recipes […]

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Callaloo With Green Bananas, Salted Cod And Simmered In Coconut Milk.

Callaloo With Green Bananas, Salted Cod And Simmered In Coconut Milk.

I know my Trinbagonian friends will be asking “what this fella trying to pull off as callaloo” as Callaloo in Trinidad and Tobago and a number of the other beautiful islands which make up the Caribbean, is a delicious dish and not a plant. In Jamaica the (plant) callaloo is a much loved ingredient in […]

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Curry Chicken Lollipops On The Grill.

Curry Chicken Lollipops On The Grill.

As our adventure on the grill continues, I thought I’d share a very creative way to do chicken lollipops. If you’re not familiar with chicken lollipops, it’s basically the way the drumette of the wing is shaped to give the appearance of our favorite kid candy, lollipops. With that in mind I decided to make a […]

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Caribbean Tamarind Grilled Chicken.

Caribbean Tamarind Grilled Chicken.

  After sharing that wonderful recipe for making your own homemade tamarind bbq sauce, I though I’d quickly show you how to put it to use on some grilled chicken. BBQ or grilling in the Caribbean usually means making your own sauce or taking the commercial stuff and personalizing it with your own herbs and […]

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Cheesy Mashed Cassava.

Cheesy Mashed Cassava.

After posting the Guinness Braised Oxtail recipe a few days ago, I thought I should share the mashed cassava side I had with it. Like our dad and my younger brother, I’m a huge fan of ground provisions (aka provision or food) so I’m always trying to come up with different ways to enjoy these […]

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Trinbago Aloo Pie recipe.

Trinbago Aloo Pie recipe.

After many requests from readers I got my mom to help me with making this Aloo Pie recipe. Aloo is simply potato and though it’s called a pie, it’s not what most people outside Trinidad and Tobago envision when they hear the word pie. It’s basically potato filling in a dough, that’s deep fried and […]

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Chorai Bhaji With Salted Pigtails In Coconut Milk.

Chorai Bhaji With Salted Pigtails In Coconut Milk.

Though it’s been a very hot and humid summer, the little kitchen garden we have at the back of our home is in full production. Must be all the watering I’ve been doing  and the special relationship I have with my plants   If you’ve been part of our discussion group on facebook (see Caribbean […]

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Stewed Pork With Pak Choi.

Stewed Pork With Pak Choi.

Here’s a great way to combine two classic Caribbean recipes to form a mouth-watering delight. Usually this is made with left over stewed pork which is added the final minutes of cooking pak choi, but this approach will see you stew the pork first and then add the diced pak choi the final 10 minutes […]

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Flavorsome Curry String Beans.

Flavorsome Curry String Beans.

Over the years I’ve grown very fond of vegetarian type dishes and if you recall, back in July of last year (wow it’s been almost a year) I shared a recipe for cooking French beans in coconut milk. Today we’re using the same beans (is there a difference between French and string beans?), except they’re […]

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