Tastes Like Home I’m in love with Basil – the herb not the man.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, It’s Scottish. No, it’s Indian. It’s British. It’s specifically North Indian.
Tastes Like home Hi Everyone, Beyond the shores of the Caribbean, when the term “Caribbean cuisine” is used it is often used to refer to the slices of mangoes adorning a plate, or a wedge of pineapple on the rim of a cocktail glass.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, Conversations that trigger a memory of one’s upbringing and how it has influenced or impacted our lives often yield two reactions – we marvel at the freedom some people had or we are astonished by the discipline enforced.
Hi Everyone, It peels just as easily, it cooks faster and it can be prepared very much the same way as you’d prepare the English potato – baked, boiled, mashed, sautéed and even be made into to chips and fries.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, I haven’t made or eaten chicken salad in ages.
Hi Everyone, Whenever I travel abroad, whether for business or pleasure, I always have a list of things that I’d like to eat or to try.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, A few months after completing my cookbook, I spent several weeks with a friend in the USA and of course, I cooked.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, I made pizza for the first time several weeks ago and marvelled at how well it turned out.
Tastes Like Home – Fond recollections as I eat Hi Everyone, Have you ever sat down to a meal and as you are eating, you think of others – be they family or friends – that you think might enjoy the meal and wish that they were there to share it with you?
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, What’s your steak preference – ribeye, strip, flank, sirloin, porterhouse, t-bone, prime rib…?
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, When I wrote three weeks ago asking whether Barbados and Guyana can meet on a plate, a friend and regular reader, commented, “There’s always going to be tension on these issues, as people think their national identity will change…” I completely understand the fear.
Tastes Like Home (Iraqi-style Beef and Vegetable Stew) Hi Everyone, Me: It’s a great meal to entertain with, it’s vegetables and meat, it comes with a sauce and you can serve it with steamed Basmati Rice.
Salt to taste Hi Everyone, Recently, while I was conducting a private cooking class, my client said he was never sure when to add salt when he was cooking – at the beginning, in the middle or at the end.
Taste Like Home Hi Everyone, Long before the Prime Minister of Barbados announced in Parliament, a week and a half ago, the six-month amnesty for undocumented Caricom Nationals to have themselves regularized, there has been tension.
Hi Everyone, Twice each year I go through a phase where I find food unappealing.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, Do you taste when you eat? In other words, can you discern what it is that you’re eating and drinking when you consume food and beverages?
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, Breakfast we can forego, mid-morning snack, tea and dinner we can miss or have something light, but not lunch.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, I’ve never been one to back away from a challenge.
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, I love it when second, third or fourth generation Guyanese living abroad write and ask me questions about dishes and various foods that they heard of a long time ago, or that their parents or grandparents use to make.
Hi Everyone, have you ever been to a restaurant, eaten a meal or a particular dish and then tried to replicate it at home?
Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, Gulab Jamoon – that’s what was giving me all the pain in the kitchen two weeks ago.
Part 1 – The Recipes Tastes Like Home Hi Everyone, Never before have I ever been so frustrated, confused and at times angry in the kitchen as I have been this past week.
– they’re not so different Hi Everyone, One main ingredient, with very similar modes of preparation, creates two dishes that represent two different religious foods in Guyana.
Hi Everyone, A couple of months ago as I was in the kitchen finely chopping some onions and herbs in preparation for a dish, a friend of mine visiting looked at me with a mixture of alarm and exasperation and said, “Why don’t you just use the food processor?” I explained to her that that would take too much time for me to do that and besides I want to maintain my chopping skills.