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Latest Recipes

Ultimate Chicken Pelau

I’m going to keep it 100 with you, this is not the way I would […]

Ultimate Chicken Pelau

Lentil Soup

Making lentil soup is very similar to making regular lentil peas as a side dish […]

Lentil Soup

Green Fig & Stewed Pigeon Peas

This simple boiled green fig with a creamy and delicious stewed pigeon peas is definitely […]

Green Fig & Stewed Pigeon Peas

Roasted Pumpkin & Chicken Salad

This Roasted Pumpkin & Chicken Salad is no boring recipe! Chrisal takes this salad to […]

Roasted Pumpkin & Chicken Salad

Whole Roasted Chicken

This whole roasted chicken is a really easy and somewhat inexpensive thing to make that […]

Whole Roasted Chicken

Steamed Fish & Pumpkin Rice

Jyneelle uses fresh ingredients from Whyfarm to make a delicious steamed fish and pumpkin rice […]

steam fish & pumpkin rice

Guava Jam

Guava jam is number 2 on my list of favorite jams, number one being sorrel […]

Guava Jam

Old Fashioned Glazed Donuts

Emily shares her favourite recipe for the consistently fluffiest, melt-in-your-mouth donuts that you and the […]

Coo-Coo

Baidawi adds some sauteed aromatics and roucou to this Coo-coo recipe to give extra flavor […]

coo-coo

Callaloo

Chrisal brings back memories of her grandmother’s cooking with this callaloo recipe. Callaloo is a […]

callaloo

Curry Pelau

Curry Pelau isn’t a very popular dish in Trinidad & Tobago but it should be. […]

Curry Pelau

Rustic French Fries

You;re just a few key steps away from the perfect rustic french fries made in […]

Rustic French Fries


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