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Curried goat and pigeon peas

Curried Goat and Pigeon Peas

This curried goat and pigeon peas is the bomb.  When you’re tired of the same old same old way of preparing goat I would recommend that you try adding some pigeon peas into the mix. It really brings out the taste of the curried goat and makes it a complete side dish that you could [...]

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Multigrain Loaf

Multigrain Loaf

This multigrain loaf or bread was made especially for all those health conscious individuals who read my blog regularly.   Even if you’re not as health conscious as you should be, this healthy multigrain bread can give you some variety in your daily nutrition. But, once you start eating multigrain breads you tend hardly to ever [...]

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Traditional Coconut Drops

Traditional Coconut Drops

I like the taste of the traditional coconut drops. And, I am not the only one.  My son gobbled these delicious, light cake-like coconut drops in a little while.  This is the traditional coconut drops, not like the coconut drops sold in most bakeries. They religiously scrimp on the coconut ingredients, add more flour and [...]

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Pineapple, Bacon and Rice

Pineapple, Bacon and Rice

Pineapple is not the type of ingredient you will find in a traditional trini pot cooking away with rice. But, by expanding my cuisine/ cooking/ taste horizons through the past few years, I have learnt to embrace the many subtle, bold, exciting and curious ingredient combinations that there are into my schema. Hmm! Sounded like [...]

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Garlic Mashed Potatoes

During the holidays, I really got tired seeing all that food. I mean literally seeing people around me over eating had me wondering if they were eating to live or living to eat.  As I stated a few posts ago, the materialism, and possibly all other “isms”, really go on a joy ride  during the [...]

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fruit cooler

Fruit Cooler

It can certainly be refreshing; a fruit cooler can be just what you need not just during the hot summer months, but during times of stress. I know the Christmas season can be really stressful. This is not a money-saving month. And yet it comes and goes so quickly -  just like the salary. Therefore, [...]

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Lemon Sponge Cake

Lemon sponge cake, with its citrus undertones, has a way of captivating my taste buds in a  carefree way. At first you start thinking ….Ok this is a nice sponge cake, but then as you slowly savour the morsel of happiness in you mouth, the acid, sweet tinge of flavour tickles your tongue into excitement….Enticing [...]

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no bake coconut oatmeal cookies

No Bake Coconut Oatmeal Cookies

The amount of Christmas parties my five year old niece went to this Christmas season was amazing.  Every time she came home, she was proud to show off her new presents.  She would then proclaim that being nice pays off indeed!  Then she would look at her cousin and say, “Behave yourself  or you get [...]

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cocoa brownies

Cocoa Brownies

If it wasn’t for Nadia Mustapha, this “cocoa brownies” recipe would not have been posted.  Nadia shared this recipe with me early this year.  I was eager to try it, but I did not get the time to really fulfill my wish until this week.  Now, I am glad I tried this recipe.  It is [...]

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Sorrel Cheesecake

Sorrel Cheesecake

“Eat dessert first” was written on the plates I served my sorrel cheesecake on.  The quote is one that many of us might find ourselves doing, if it was not for the great menu many of us plan to enjoy this Christmas.  So dessert ends up being served last, as is the custom.  However, I [...]

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