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This four seasons garden pizza with eggplant, zucchini, tomato and shallots is easy to make and delicious. Pizzas are always a good idea when you have kids around the house, a few unexpected guests, or just too tired to spend hours in the kitchen prepping a meal. This winning recipe has 3 good reasons why itContinue reading

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Sometimes, the simpler the better. Actually, most times, simpler is better. This is why one of my favorite sayings actually quoted on my profile page on the blog, states that “Only simplicity can afford perfection.” That is certainly true with this Carrot & Ginger soup recipe. Perfectly simple, perfectly balanced, perfectly delicious. It is the kindContinue reading

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Last night I came home with a craving for a good hearty vegetable dish to accompany a beautiful roast of pork. I was determined to find a perfect recipe to make with these beautiful carrots and beets I had lying around all fresh and beautiful for the past 2 or 3 days. So Orange Liqueur Glazed Carrots & BeetsContinue reading

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Have you ever stared at a few ripe bananas on your kitchen counter, thinking oh! Banana! What shall I do with you? We all love bananas. It is actually one of the most loved fruits around the world, and the most consumed too as a matter of fact. Such was my dilemma last weekend. After eachContinue reading

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Just because sometimes you want to create a good hearty vegetable based dish, this is my twist on cabbage. Fun, tasty, melt in your mouth cheesy, charred, crisp edged roasted cabbage, overflowing with melted cheese deliciousness and turned into a succulent edible flower. Need I say more? A perfect recipe to make shine this oh!Continue reading

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When I got asked by my team at NB magazine to be featured in the mag for the gastronomy issue, I was quite honored and humbled. I have at many times gone through the process with them of selecting carefully the people to feature in each edition based on the theme, to ensure that it was : innovativeContinue reading

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Desserts are a Sunday special. And fruit tarts are always a favorite of mine. I love the large scope of possibilities fruit tarts allows you in the kitchen. And when it comes to fruits, we have here some really delicious, succulent, rare caribbean options at our disposal. For my tart today, I used our local “Abricot”Continue reading

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“Summer days, and the livin’ is easy!” says the song. But the I say, summer days and it’s hot!!! It’s mid august and it still is hot! Nothing more refreshing than this delicious melon trio salad of grilled watermelon, grilled yellow and green honeydew melons, known here as “Melon France”, with fresh baby basil leaves,Continue reading

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