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Mango Custard

Baking this mango custard was an entirely new experience for me but it was well worth the trip…. I never knew it would taste so exquisite. One spoonful together with some whipped cream was all I needed and I was transported to another time and place…….. The restaurant was abuzz with casual chatter that accompanies [...]

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mango kiwi sorbet

Mango Kiwi Sorbet

I’m always looking for new interesting ways of presenting fruits in recipes and when I picked up some Kiwi fruit at the supermarket the recipe adventure began. Through a bit of trial and error and some itching throats along the way from eating it not fully ripened I eventually had a recipe worthy of being [...]

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Spinach Pastry

Spinach Pastry

When we think of Spinach in Trinidad and Tobago we usually associate it bhaji. And, with it comes really local “poor people” or peasant food like bhaji rice and pigtail, rice and bhaji or as simple as sada roti or bake and bhaji. Today we’re coming out of the box and present to you a [...]

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Biscuit Cake

Before I get into this Trini Biscuit Cake recipe I have to clear the air over the recipe as to my actions in the past. I am guilty as charged for holding back this recipe from you all. At one time I even required visitors to subscribe to Compère Magazine before they got access to [...]

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eggplant casserole

Eggplant Casserole

Eggplant Casserole? You mean to say someone went and made another dish with this “tasteless” vegetable? Well yeah! I did and it tastes really great to  boot. I mean,  if you don’t want your share just pass it on to me. I won’t be angry. In fact, if I know you’re visiting me for lunch, [...]

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Crispy Oven Fried Chicken

Continuing with my recent health trend in cooking, I’ve been coming up with ways to present my recipes in a manner that will not only be tasty, but also healthy as well. This means sometimes reducing fat content or the amount of sodium used while still trying to create a harmonious balance with the rest [...]

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Fish Loaf

Fish Loaf

A Fish Loaf is a remarkably healthy dish. It is also delicious and satisfying. This recipe is a basic fish loaf recipe, and like any “meat”  loaf, you can place your own signature to it. For instance, some people would add a filling of some vegetable such as spinach, potato, etc. to add more fibre [...]

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Tamarind Juice

Before I go into the tamarind juice post I feel it necessary to talk about my tamarind tree…. From the kitchen window the tamarind or tambran tree appeared as a wall of green, towering above the Julie Mango tree and still trying to compete with the peewah tree for as much sunlight it could get [...]

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Tofu Vegetable Stir Fry

Never liked tofu? Well, today I hope to change your mind…… For some time I’ve been meaning to do this post but as usual other recipes get in the way and I forget.  But, I have some readers who don’t forget and always remind me that I didn’t do the recipe as yet…..Say hello to [...]

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soursop cheesecake

Soursop Cheesecake

I am on a mission to incorporate tropical ingredients like soursop, mango, caimit, sugar apple and even mamey apple in a number of desserts we enjoy.  Well, at least when they’re in season.   So, how about some soursop in a cheesecake? Soursop Cheesecake  is yet another very promising dessert treat.  Everyone loves soursop; it is [...]

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