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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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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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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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My Top 10 Liming Foods for Carnival

Well, Carnival is upon us and yuh boy is already in Carnival mode and have been thinking of the top 10 liming foods for Carnival that people visit on the blog. I haven’t been able to post as usual because I’ve been busy myself. At this time I’m recuperating from Soca Monarch, which was excellent [...]

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Cassava and Saltfish Pie

Good Friday in Trinidad and Tobago At last! Good Friday is here. For most Catholics in Trinidad and Tobago this begins the Easter Triduum and the culmination of the Lenten season. Of course in Trinidad and Tobago we have our traditions surrounding Good Friday as well, one of which is the “Bobolee”, a scare crow [...]

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Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

Today I am sharing my simple recipe for sweet and sour fish fillet, a popular Chinese restaurant favorite here in Trinidad and Tobago. Possibly, any restaurant you visit here will have it on their menu. The Crunch of the Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet Sweet and sour fish has a slight tart taste with a [...]

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Steamed Fish with Stir Fried Veggies

All I can say is this Steamed Fish with Stir Fried Veggies is truly an original recipe from Simply Trini Cooking, which grew from necessity and what was available in the fridge at the time. Funny and desperate as the situation may have seemed at the time, it became an instant hit at home, and [...]

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Curry Conchs and Dumpling

Today, I am posting a traditional favorite, curry conchs and dumpling.  But first I must say: A pleasant good day to everyone. Long time no see. It’s been a while but, life sometimes get in the way and you have to pause for a cause. So what was my cause? I have recently started working [...]

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Geera Shrimp

I absolutely love shrimp and every now and again we enjoy currying shrimp, and having it with rice. But, there are times you want to try something different: a new way to cook shrimp. Something we haven’t tried. One of Many Recipes With Shrimp:  Geera Shrimp That’s when it hit me! Why not try a [...]

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GFCF Saltfish Accra

Ok so the Trini GFCF recipe train is up and running again, and this time we’re taking a famous trini appetizer saltfish accra and converting it to a gluten free version (GFCF saltfish acccra) that people who are allergic to wheat flour could enjoy. And, for those of you who just want to try something [...]

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