Maduro (Yellow Plantain) Dessert

For any new readers to this blog, I LOVE plantain in all its incarnations - baked, fried, boiled, stuffed - yellow or green - it doesn't really matter. I have plantain love. One of the wonderful things about plantains are their versatility from soups to appetizers to...
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Saltfish & Ground Provision…from Dominica

It's that time of the year again...the Mega Marathon. Twice a year, a group of fellow bloggers and I blog on selected themes for 26 days of the month. We do give ourselves Sundays off 🙂 Unfortunately, my work schedule in April kept me from participating in that one,...
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Pumpkin Hazelnut Loaf

First of all, for those who didn't know it's World Bread Day, so if you feel inspired for some home baked bread, try a few of my recipes here and HAPPY WORLD BREAD DAY: Fruit Batter Bread Whole Wheat Buttermilk Bread Pumpkin Rolls It's time for Baking Partners again...
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Good Luck & Congrats Aarthi…Dry Potato Curry

From the moment I started participating in the monthly Blogging Marathon, hosted by Srivalli of Spicing Your Life, one of the first bloggers that reached out to me via her comments on other posts was Aarthi.  I started following her blog in my Google Reader and...
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Colcannon

In America and especially NYC, everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day.  NY has one of the largest Irish populations in America, except for maybe Massachusetts.  On St. Patrick's Day, Irish pubs are filled to capacity and everyone partakes in Shephard's Pie,...
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Beveca

 Blogging Marathon #26 Theme: Goan Food I'm ending the exploration into Goan cuisine with a sweet treat.  Most Goan desserts are made with some sort of coconut product, like the coconut milk used in this cake or the grated coconut used when I made...
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Niaow – Traditional Thai Sticky Rice

In Thailand, sticky rice is served with everything in every possible variation. Sweetened with sugar and coconut milk to be served with mango as dessert. Colored with blue pea flower extract and sweetened in the mango dessert. Less sweet and served with fried chicken...
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Lucuma Ice Cream..Skinny Version!

Frozen fruit pulp is the best way to get exotic fruits that may not be available where you live, as mentioned yesterday. The first time I tried Lucuma Ice Cream was at Urubamba Restaurant.  It is a Peruvian fruit that has an indescribable heavenly taste...kind of...
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Dutch Potato Krokets – Aardappel Kroketten

Kroketten and Bitterballen are two of the most popular street foods in the Netherlands. They are sold out of street side kiosks all throughout the narrow streets of Amsterdam. They are both basically the same thing, except that the bitterballen are shaped into balls...
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Jackfruit Honey Bread for #BreadBakers

This month's #BreadBakers challenge was to use no refined sugar hosted by Mayuri. I decided to use honey. This is a simple tea bread that is perfect with your morning cup of java. The original intention was to use banana, but then a late night mishap had me searching...
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