A liqueur is a very sweet alcoholic beverage. It is made with a distilled spirit such as rum (white or dark), vodka etc, along with fruit and added sugar.
Hi Everyone, What’s Cooking is a series in which I answer questions you may have about food or cooking but are too shy to ask.
If you like the flavour of the boozy rum-soaked, aged dried fruits that are used to make traditional Christmas cake/black cake/Christmas pudding, but find the cake itself too intense, then try this bread pudding.
Hi Everyone, Today, January 7, marks 10 years to the date that the first Tastes Like Home column was published in this newspaper.
This is not your typical pot roast. First off, it is made with pork and not beef, but you can certainly make it with beef if you do not eat pork.
Hi Everyone, As we say goodbye to 2016 it is normal to engage in reflection.
Hi Everyone, The woman sitting next to me on the plane from my most recent trip to Guyana remarked how amazing it was that we Guyanese have so many different things we make and eat at Christmas.
Hi Everyone, December has arrived like guests that turn up too early for a party – they are expected, and you like them, it’s just that you’re not quite ready.
Hi Everyone, Well look-eey hey. A woman caused cuhmess (Bajan slang for commotion) earlier this month, when she got up in one of Barbados’ Anglican churches during the announcements session, to encourage people to bring a Bajan dish for their upcoming day of fun to mark Barbados’ 50th Independence, and had to nerve to say, “No pasta dishes, please.
For big meals like Sunday lunch and holidays, I am always a little stumped as to what to serve as a salad with the meal.
Three weeks ago in my Tastes Like Home column, Nuttier for Coconuts, in celebration of all this coconut, I mentioned making potato pie and using fresh homemade coconut cream instead of dairy cream to make the pie.
We are currently in the tail end of the avocado/pear season. I know that you’ve probably had your fill by now.