Hi Everyone, If there is one thing that you must have when you make a trip to the land of the humming bird, Trinidad and Tobago, it is bake and shark.
Hi Everyone, A few weeks ago, I received a request for a recipe for Cheese Pie, “the kind that sells at Salt and Pepper.” The request came from a regular reader of this column.
Hi Everyone, a plate of boil and fry of any ground provision or a combination thereof is so satisfying that all you need is one meal of it and you are set to go for a very long time – sometimes an entire day!
Hi Everyone, the recipe I get the most requests for is dhal puri.
Hi Everyone, if you like Raisin Bread, then be prepared to love Antigua’s Raisin Bun.
Hi Everyone, After all the pancake-talk last week, did you make any? You know, as a trial run.
Hi Everyone, Bring out the pans, the tawahs and the griddles, it’s time to mix the pancake batter and spread it, swirl it or drop it!
Hi Everyone, I’ve fallen in love, With beets. Food can be like people sometimes – you see them often, but never pay attention.
Hi Everyone, I have an idea to share with you. While it may not be original, I think I can safely say that perhaps many of you never thought of doing it.
Hi Everyone, on the morning of Wednesday, November 21, 2007, I received an email from an avid reader of this column and my blog.
Hi Everyone, Food never fails to surprise. You could have been eating a particular dish over and over again throughout your life and yet every time you eat it, new flavour dimensions are discovered.
Hi Everyone, This is a fresh column. It is the first for 2011 but I do not plan to bandy words such as vegetables, vegetarian, diet and healthy.
Hi Everyone, This week, we conclude our 3-part Holiday Baking Suc-cess series by discussing the ham.
Part 2 Hi Everyone, this week, we continue our Holiday Baking Success series by looking at the all-important Christmas cake.
Hi Everyone, ‘Tis the season the oven gets most fired up. ‘Tis the season baking takes centre stage in the cooking arena.
Hi Everyone, I made bacon! Yep, right in here in my home, I made bacon.
Hi Everyone, I had a totally different idea planned for this week’s column but that idea was immediately tossed aside when I popped the first piece of a caramelized-bottom of baked ripe plantain and bacon into my mouth.
Hi Everyone, With the American holiday of Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, all over the television channels, online, on air and in the newspapers, there is talk of the turkey.
Hi Everyone, Making Peera (Peda) from scratch is no simple task. It requires patience and determination, traits I felt I possessed, but I did not know to what extent until I made Peera.
Hi Everyone, I am all for creating new tastes and flavours. And I am all for convenience, but I draw the line when things have reached a stage where I am being told, “We no longer stock (insert the name of an item) in that plain form.
Hi Everyone, last weekend, during my weekly telephone conversation with mommy, she expressed a desire to have a slice or two of raisin bread.
Hi Everyone, over a month ago, whilst I was in Guyana, I went in search of allspice because I needed some to put into the apple crostata I was going to make for dessert one evening.
Jamaican Beef Patties Hi Everyone, The first time I ate a Jamaican Beef Patty was not in Jamaica it was in Guyana.
Hi Everyone, people do various things to avoid work such as approaching deadlines, must-do assignments and chores.
-Tea-infuser obsessed Hi Everyone, I have a ridiculous obsession with tea infusers! Seriously.
Hi Everyone, last week, I wrote about the hits and misses of various foods that I have been having during my visit to Guyana.
Hi Everyone, One main ingredient, with very similar modes of preparation, creates two dishes that represent two different religious foods in Guyana.
Hi Everyone, Yes, it’s a one-pot dish, yes, it’s about everything cooking up together, but no, not all cook-up rice is created equal.