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A Classic Trinbagonian Caraili Recipe.

A Classic Trinbagonian Caraili Recipe.

Do you have things you refused to eat as a kid, but find that as an adult you have a new appreciation for them? There’s quite a few dishes that would make my list, but (and I really tried) caraili is something I could never like. Caraili, bitter melon or as it’s known in India… […]

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Curry Bodi With Potato A Vegetarian Delight.

Curry Bodi With Potato A Vegetarian Delight.

If you were to look up the word “carnivore” in the dictionary, you may just see a pic of me with a huge smile licking my chops. Just about every meal I eat contains meat of some sort, but there are days when I feel “dirty inside” and must skip the meats altogether. Today is […]

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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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Saheena With Green Mango Chutney.

Saheena With Green Mango Chutney.

My mouth waters just typing the title of this post. I fondly recall my childhood days on the islands around Divali (I was told it’s Diwali by and Indian programmer who works for me) time when we would go down the road to my mom’s cousins’ house for goodies on Divali night. I grew up […]

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Creamy Eddoes Talkari.

Creamy Eddoes Talkari.

Here’s a another dish our mother could not get us to eat as kids. Our reason being.. “it eh have no colour”. On the islands we tend to do a lot of eating with our eyes and we expect everything cooked to have some “colour” to it or it’s automatically unappetizing for us. But like […]

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That Pumpkin Cook Real Nice Boi!

That Pumpkin Cook Real Nice Boi!

Growing up I remember hearing my mom saying to my grandmother or aunts in our unique accent “yea, that pumpkin real nice boi” and now that I occasionally cook pumpkin, I know exactly what they mean. No two pumpkins cook the same (end result), the texture, sweetness and overall taste can differ from pumpkin to […]

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Tantalizing Red Kidney Beans For Sunday Lunch.

Tantalizing Red Kidney Beans For Sunday Lunch.

What  would Sunday lunch on the islands be without either Callaloo or stewed red beans as part of this cherished meal? A time when families get together to share good food, thoughts and good times after a long and hectic week. Add in some stewed chicken and macaroni pie and you’re set to have one […]

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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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A simple recipe for fry aloo (potato).

A simple recipe for fry aloo (potato).

One of the best things about growing up in a multi-racial country is the amount of different dishes you’re exposed to. Not just that we share in everyone’s culture (like around religious holidays etc) we also experiment with each others food. This resulted in dishes that are uniquely Trinbagonian as we’ve added our own touch […]

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Make room for Sada Roti, Pita Bread.

Make room for Sada Roti, Pita Bread.

My early years in Canada saw me falling in love with pita, as it was the closest thing to sada roti that I could get. Hamilton in those days had 1 or 2 Caribbean restaurants, but none of them served any type of roti. The same can be said today, except the two that I […]

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