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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 6, 2017: Again happy New Year! It is my pleasure to share with you some delicious Caribbean inspired recipes for another year. Today I decided that for the New Year I will be incorporating some new recipes that includes ingredients that are adopted from other cuisines that are becoming staples in daily meals . For example – pasta!
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 28, 2016: Happy Kwanzaaand a Happy and safe New Year to you all when it comes. So as we continue to party it is important that we try to eat balance meals and drink responsibly! For my New Year’ s Eve Party, I will be serving some Caribbean inspired appetizers, entrees and cocktails!
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 21, 2016: Merry Christmas to you and yours; may all your dreams come true and may your menus be delightful and tasteful this holidays! As we entertain those we love, may we also remember those less fortunate and those who may be lonely at this time of year. Share your blessings and invite those who you can.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 16, 2016: Next Sunday will be Christmas Day and for Caribbean nationals in the region and those in the Diaspora, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day menus must be finalized this week so that the big shopping can begin! The shopping list will include the following food items: fresh green gungo peas, Ackee, flour, cod fish, sorrel , ginger, fresh pork leg, cured ham, goat meat, Fresh beef, calaloo, beef liver, beef kidneys, condense milk, hard-dough bread, rice, butter, brown sugar, port wine and Jamaican White Rum!
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 2, 2016: One of the things I like about Jerk chicken and Jerk pork is they are always satisfying when served with rice and peas and steam vegetables. They are especially satisfying if they are prepared with care and the jerk seasoning can be tasted in every strand of meat and in the bones of the chicken or pork. To achieve this satisfying consistency, the chefs who are known for their great jerk chicken and jerk pork – especially in the Caribbean Diaspora – have to work on the combinations of spices and be consistent in their method of preparations and cooking.
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