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Spicy Egg Salad

This is not an ordinary egg salad; this is a spicy egg salad made with one of my favourite sauces, chadon beni chutney.  It is also one of my mom’s favourite ways to prepare boiled eggs.   Not everyone likes plain boiled egg.  This way makes it a lot more tasty and interesting with a little [...]

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Fish and Sweet Potato Chowder

There are many varieties of chowder, but I like this one called fish and sweet potato chowder. This simple, creamy soup could become your new comfort food.  It is so easy to prepare and heart healthy. One ingredient, sweet potato, which is available year round here on the island, is known to to have many [...]

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Breadfruit Fritters

Breadfruit Fritters

This Independence Day I decided to be a little patriotic and use our trini colours as the background to this scrumptious breadfruit fritters recipe I concocted in the kitchen. This was totally unplanned. As I photographed the fritters using different backgrounds, it wasn’t long that my sister brought out a bandana with the colours of [...]

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Green Fig Souse

Green Fig Souse

A Green Fig Souse for The Vegetarians Green fig souse is one of those recipes I had to do for a long time and just didn’t get the time to do it for one reason or another. But the time has come and it has been done.  I believe the main reason for doing this [...]

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Deviled Eggs Trinistyle

Deviled Eggs Trinistyle

I can vividly remember the first time I had deviled eggs….It was my cousin’s birthday and all the neighbour’s children were invited. We played as usual because we had energy to burn. We played catch and ran about until we were just about sweaty. Calypso music played in the background but we didn’t care too [...]

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Curry Chicken Wontons

What I like about curry chicken wontons is the surprise at the end. The trini tongue is accustomed to expecting some sort of shrimp or egg filling yet, lo and behold, you get some chutney music and tassa on your taste buds instead. It’s great to give the taste buds a little jolt from time [...]

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lambie souse, conch souse

Lambie Souse

Lambie souse is another of our favourite souse to make on the island. A favourite of fishermen and locals alike, this somewhat aphrodisiac food is welcomed by all men, young and old. It seems that the more obscure the food is, it seems to to have some sort of “boosting” property for men. This was [...]

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Soaked Plum

My aunt had one of the largest plum trees growing in the yard and when it bore fruit it was a sight to behold; our welcome time to pick one by one for our favourite snack, soaked plum. It was as if we could hear the tree speaking to us. “Have a taste of my [...]

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Chennette Chow

They say give a trini any fruit and they would make a chow; so now I have chennette chow. Incidentally, this may be true, for such a saying may have some truth in it. While on the highway from Grand Bazaar, I happened to come across a vendor selling, among other things, Chennette and of [...]

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Black Pudding and Hops

Black Pudding and Hops is a long awaited post for many and it hasn’t come any sooner. For this post I’ll have to regress a bit and explain how black pudding was made long time. Our Tradition of Trinidad Black Pudding For almost a year, piglets would be kept in pens until they are big [...]

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