Blueberry Banana Bread Pudding

First and foremost, I am a COOK! However, I do bake some bad ass cakes. I just rather be cooking. When it comes to baking, my expertise includes but is not limited to, Banana bread, Chocolate-Almond-Blueberry-Banana Cake, Bread pudding and an array of decadent treats.  My  bread puddings are usually  loaded with various fruits and…

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November 26, 2011

Chicken Soup

Soup is the dish to have on Saturdays (in Jamaica) that is.  Regardless of the weather, hot or cold, it is a must have. It is tradition.  It doesn’t necessarily have to be Chicken Soup. Just any kind of soup.  To this day, my mother still remembers what the dinner menu when she was younger;…

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November 26, 2011

Oatmeal and Cranberry Pancakes

It’s the weekend and I do what I do best…Cook.  Being the morning person that I am,  I am up with the sun and down with the moon and the stars. I decided to get D’Angelo to assist with some chores and instructed him to wash the windows, but as usual he always has a…

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November 26, 2011

Braised Mushroom Oxtails

Braising oxtails is my preferred technique as it enhances and elevates the flavors to create a succulent, tender, melt in your mouth masterpiece. Adding portabella mushrooms fortifies and add depth of flavor and color to the stew. Oxtails isn’t really from an ox…. at least not in these days.  It’s actually beef tails that are…

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November 25, 2011

Ackee and Saltfish with Okras and Bacon

Ackee and Salted Fish (usually cod) is Jamaica’s national dish. Add a few slices of avocado, roasted breadfruit, boiled or fried dumplings and your belly will love you. I have often recreated my dishes and add whatever ingredients I happen to be in the mood for, at that moment.  In this photo, I have added…

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November 25, 2011
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