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Escovitch Fish

My authentic dishes change their moods depending on the combination of flavors, and this dish is no exception. This escovitch fish demonstrated it’s eagerness, begging to be doused with my spicy home made  vinaigrette. I’m on a mission to consume fish on a regular basis. Today I craved for something different.  I didn’t want to…

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March 3, 2012

Steamed Yellow Tail Snapper with Baby Bok Choy and Broccoli

On most days,  I’ve been noticing that I crave vegetables, and that’s a good thing. I intend to reverse every  single illness in my body, by consuming all the nutrients that are conducive to my body’s productivity, with foods that are directly from the earth. Since I made the decision to eat healthier,  it has…

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February 8, 2012

Shad : The original Solomon Grundy

As I pondered on what dishes would be prepared over the weekend, I stumbled upon “Salted Shad” and I thought to myself; “my grandma would just love this!”  Mama as I call her,  would engage in conversations about the good ole days when things were really inexpensive and refers to money in currencies, that I…

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January 30, 2012

Salted Mackerel

Whenever I cook fish, I use the entire fish. I cook them whole: head and body. Do I think the head looks unattractive? Of course not! Regardless of how the fish is prepared; steamed, fried, stewed or escovitched; to me, an entire fish seems more enticing on my plate. Don’t get me wrong, I do…

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December 19, 2011

Stewed Snapper and Okras

Wow! Wow! Wow! I can’t seem to contain my excitement. I love this dish!  Now, listen up….if you would like your man/woman to fall in love with you all over again, just cook some of this stewed snapper and okras. Seriously.  And please stop licking the screen…pay attention here. Do you want to get married?…

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November 21, 2011
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