Are you in the mood for some pop with the weekend arrival? I am sure you are super happy to see Friday came along… Ouff what a week!!! You deserve a break … and what more can you hope for, but to sit yourself in your favorite couch, turn on the TV, and make it a movieContinue reading

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Nobody says no to pop corn. For your enjoyment, I have put together 3 pop corn recipes, and I will feature one every day: 2 sweet and 1 salty. So tie your aprons on, and wash your hands, because I am about to Pop your world, and you’ll be licking your fingers for sure inContinue reading

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Pok Pok Pok … Who’s there? Chicken. Chicken who ? …. I don’t really know! To tell you the truth, I never really get the chicken jokes. I get them ok, but like so many of you, I don’t find them funny. Unless of course Andreas and Mathias tell them, and the soft hearted mom that I am, cannotContinue reading

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What better way to celebrate flag day, but to make a cake. A cake after all comes on any celebration day. And a red cake served with blue platings, certainly embodies and honors in my photo the colors of our beautiful Haitian Flag. What better way to celebrate flag day, but to bake a cake with locally harvestedContinue reading

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How do you start your sunday mornings in general? Do you make the regular classic omelet or scrambled eggs for the family? Or is it bacon and pancakes at your house? If you are in Haiti, it may be a little more french influenced, and pastries it is, with a kick by the nearest boulangerie.Continue reading

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Cheesecake is one of these desserts that either you love or you hate. I myself cannot have it all the time, as I often feel like it is a little too heavy and sweet, specially after a heavy meal. But if you want to try a lighter version of cheesecake, try this no bake alternative,Continue reading

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“Opera sucks!” said my boys at the diner table last night. “It simply doesn’t make any sense mom!” “Why?” I asked. Well according to them because Opera is all about singing on a high pitched tone anything that comes to mind. “Really???” I had to ask. “Yes mom … Like…” (and they start singing inContinue reading

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Bread pudding is one of those delicious deserts that every Caribbean soul has tried in a lifetime. It’s spongy, sweet and spicy texture brings some sort of warmth to your heart… just like a good Thanksgiving diner does I guess. Well this much needed warmth to the heart is a feeling I crave, as I amContinue reading

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Sometimes, I have to throw at you the simplest of recipes. But simple doesn’t mean any less good … right !?!! I honestly believe though that I am big at simplifying recipes, you cannot go simpler then these Raisins French Toasts. Made with fresh raisin bread you can find in any supermarket, these delicious 15 minute meal,Continue reading

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Fish is a popular dish on most islands. Needless to say that it is absolutely comprehensible that being a Caribbean island, this dish sits within the list of our culinary traditions in Haiti. Named Poisson “Gros Sel”, from the coarse Sea Salt seasoning it uses, this dish is usually prepared with red snapper as I have done here, butContinue reading

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