My brother gave me a red hot Instant Pot for Christmas. Why? Why join the IP party now if it has been around for ages? Well, I have been working from home for practically the last 6 years and had the luxury of having dinner on the table no later than 7:00 pm because I... Continue Reading →
One day I went to a party on a Saturday night, a Jamaican party to be precise. Reggae music was blasting. Children were running around. Women in the kitchen cooking and chatting. Some of the men playing dominoes, others watching cricket on TV; all of them eating something called “cow cod soup”. “What is cow... Continue Reading →
2019 was rather dismal as far as life, in general, was concerned. This was mainly due to the 5 months I spent in between jobs. In spite of this, I was still able to experience and record the usual 12 restaurant visits per year and for that, I am very joyful. The restaurants are listed... Continue Reading →
It was raining, and the last thing I wanted to do was drive anywhere - but I promised. The little one’s boyfriend was coming over, and I said that I would take them to lunch. I had to keep my word. Where could we go that had good food, and covered outdoor seating that would... Continue Reading →
This was not an easy year for us yet we still got to go out and document restaurants as usual. Thanks, Mister B. for driving us all over the place and putting up with the eccentricities of a food-obsessed photo lover.
Mister B. suggested that we visit Dukunoo Jamaican Kitchen in Wynwood. It's unlike any other Caribbean restaurant I have been to in Miami – so very pretty, elegant in a whimsical kind of way, eclectic and full of flamboyant art on the walls. Color and comfort are two things that strike you when you first... Continue Reading →
I first fell in love with laksa in a hotel room in Brisbane, Australia. I was not in the mood to go down to the dining room, so I ordered room service. Laksa had been on my food bucket list for a while, and this seemed like the perfect occasion to try it. Laksa is... Continue Reading →
I have cooked this dish following Chef Jason Peru’s instructions and my intention for this post was to mash it up and come up with my own version, but Chef Jason is too good. Here is his original recipe. You can omit the Garlic Infused Coconut Oil and use plain coconut oil instead as it... Continue Reading →
This is a marvelous way of cooking salmon curry - easy, fast and absolutely delicious! Wok Star, Eleanor Hoh, invites you to savour this beautiful way of preparing salmon.
“Christmas is like candy; it slowly melts in your mouth sweetening every taste bud, making you wish it could last forever.” – Richelle E. Goodrich. Photo by Anna Verdina
I always loved corn pie except for the fact that most of them contained eggs. I was looking for a recipe for the eggless version for a long time. Then, at a potluck at work, my boss brought this as his side dish. Below is the recipe as he gave it to me. I add... Continue Reading →
It is always nice to take a little stroll in a beautiful and unusual neighborhood, replete with art on the walls and a charming atmosphere. We went roaming after an exquisite meal at Dukunoo Jamaican Kitchen and the streets were full of tourists and locals alike. This is a description of Wynwood that I lifted... Continue Reading →