Tastes Like Home

Maiwiri versus Wiri Wiri

Talking heat, talking flavour

Hi Everyone, This week begins a 3-part series on hot peppers that are currently enjoying a bountiful season. Guyana is known for a small round shiny pepper that’s packed with a unique floral-fruity flavour, and distinct aroma.

Watermelon Rind

Don’t Toss It; Eat It

Hi Everyone, Eat and drink your belly full of sweet juicy watermelon but don’t toss the rind; cook it. Cucumbers and watermelons belong to the same family, and just as all parts of a cucumber are edible, so too are all parts of a watermelon.

It’s coming…ripe and sweet!

Hi Everyone, The season for huge, fist-sized, yellow to orange flesh, fragrant, juicy, sweet mangoes, will soon be upon us. The trees across the island are in varying stages – some full of blossoms, some densely populated with young fruit and others with branches bowing with the weight of those signalling that they will soon be ready to be picked.

Buttermilk Biscuits

Hi Everyone, My mother loves the American, Southern-style, soft, leavened quick bread known as biscuits. On the occasion that she eats fast food (chicken and chips) from her preferred eating establishment, which incidentally does not sell biscuits, she would insist that we go elsewhere to buy buttermilk biscuits.

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