Picture this – you’ve just pulled out a recipe you had bookmarked or jotted down. You’re reading through the recipe to assemble the ingredients and you’ve come upon measurements in weight rather than volume, English versus American.
Hi Everyone, With the Christmas holidays just weeks away, the shopping craze has begun. We spend a lot of time preparing the house – buying curtains, rugs, mats, furniture, flowers, beddings, Christmas trees, lighting and so on.
Hi Everyone, The heated oil shimmers. Onions, fresh herbs and chopped hot peppers hit the pan and sizzle. As the onions soften, the medley of herbs releases its flavour that swirls around the air in the kitchen.
“Sweet Hands means that a person is so talented in the kitchen that anything he or she makes… is like manna from the Gods.” That is how American journalist, chef and cookbook author, with roots in Trinidad, Ramin Ganeshram, explained the title of her book back in 2010 when it was published.
This cookie ain’t gonna crumble. This cookie ain’t hard. This cookie is soft and chewy. While there are many varieties of cookies, a lot of them claim to be warm, soft and chewy, evoking feelings of comfort, but when you bite into them, they are anything but, with many of them turning to granules in your mouth.
Last month, an article was published in Stabroek News (Friday, August 14) written by Guyana’s former Director of the Government Analyst Food & Drug Department, Marilyn Collins, titled – ‘Food Fortification & The Health of the Guyanese Population.’ In the article Ms Collins referenced the statistics of the most recent survey conducted in Guyana (in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization PAHO) on iron deficiency anaemia.