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Lodge Logic Pro StoveTop Grill

Lodge Logic LPGI3 Pro Grid Cast Iron Grill/ StoveTop Grill

I love grilled food but living in an apartment in Brooklyn its not very practical to grill. I tried to talk my wife into buying a small grill to put on our fire escape she didn’t take that idea well. Check out the Lodge Logic LPGI3 Pro Grid Cast Iron Grill/Griddle from Amazon now! Reversible […]

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Blending / Making your own seasoning

Simply Easy way to make and blend your own seasoning at home

This is a great way to blend your own fresh seasoning that can be used to season almost anything. We use it almost everyday on chicken, fish, pork and beef. I loved using hot peppers but now that I have two kids, I switched to crush red peppers which has proven to be a great […]

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BBQ Chicken Sauteed Vegetables Rice and Pease

Bar-B-Que Chicken with Rice and Peas and Sautéed Vegetables

Dinner was a sort of combination of a couple of things, since I did the brutal Spartan Race yesterday, i figured I had a lot of leeway to eat a hearty meal and this one packs a punch! It has BBQ chicken, green peppers, potatoes, rice and peas, and smoked sausage. BBQ chicken done properly […]

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Sauteed Vegetables

Sauteed Vegetables with Smoked Sausage for flavor

I’m a big a fan of sauteed vegetables but on this particular day I was in the mood for some meat. I had the smoked sausage in my freezer and I thought it would make a good combination. This meal is quick and easy and is perfect for a hot summer day in an NYC […]

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Sweet and Spicy Jerk Game Hens

Island Sweet and Spicy Jerk Cornish Hens

[edamam-recipe-recipe:3]     This dish has a nice island flavor because of the pineapple juice marinade and because its quick, easy and looks good on the plate, it makes a good meal you can cook when entertaining. (With some planning of course because of the marinade time) Ingredients 1/4 cup frozen pineapple juice concentrate thawed. […]

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Saltfish and Bake

Saltfish and Bake

An old Guyanese or according to my husband, a Jamaican breakfast favorite that has withstood the test of time. This meal is pretty much the breakfast staple of any Jamaican restaurant in Brooklyn or anywhere else in the world. Ingredients 2 cups of warm water, you don’t have to boil it just get it a […]

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Peachy-Keen Sangria in Glass

Peachy-Keen Sangria

Ingredients 1 750ml Bottle of fruity white wine – I chose Arbor Mist Moscato, Mango and Strawberry Half Cup Peach Schnapps Liqueur – The Brand I used is Deaville 1/4 Cup Domino Pure Cane Sugar – Pretty much any kind of white sugar will do 2 Peaches, dice. I was making this drink in May […]

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Baja Style Corn

Baja Style Corn Recipe

Frozen corn goes from boring to extraordinary with the additions of canned tomaties, fresh cilantro, and lime juice. This makes a quick side to complement any meal. This recipe takes about 15 minutes and the ingredients listed below serves about 4 people. We use to eat rice a lot and we use this to replace […]

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Brown Stew Beef

Brown Stew Beef with Potatoes and Carrots

As a child growing up in Guyana, stew beef was one of my favorite meals and we had it often. Now that I’m an adult and I have a family, I tried to make it a little healthier by adding carrots and reducing the amount of rice I serve with it. Ingredients 5 whole carrots […]

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Mac and Cheese

Buttermilk Oven Fried Chicken with Mac & Cheese

We tried a healthy spin on fried chicken, we wanted the fried chicken taste without the calories and grease that usually comes with frying chicken. We made this in the oven and I was surprised to say it came out well on the first try. We made it with a side of Mac and Cheese, […]

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