A long forgotten recipe post: Hearts of Palm and Salmon Tartare. This one almost got lost in my laptop. Ooops! My bad … Sometimes I go back to my files and photos and find some really delicious recipes that I completely omitted to post for some reason. Posting is about feeling and mood. It often happensContinue 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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Plantains are very common in Caribbean cuisine. In Haiti, I can say that fried plantains is a national dish. We prep them in many different ways: We make them into rounds pressed into plantain disks to make our famous “banane pesé” (pressed banana) that we top off with salt and some good pikliz. This accompaniesContinue reading

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This recipe calls for completely locally grown organic ingredients… well aside from the olive oil and vinegar. Not bad huh? Made of carrots, cucumber, radishes, chicken, honey, ginger and roroli, this salad is a true triumph of simplicity. Would you have thought that such a simple combination of ingredients could end up into such anContinue reading

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What about something light on Monday after a weekend of indulgence? Between kid’s birthday parties, fairs, baptisms and first communions, many of you probably are looking for something hearty but healthy. Here’s a delicious quick fix that can be eaten alone, or can accompany any grilled meat. This zesty bean salad is a winner inContinue reading

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There is soul food, and there is food with soul! This warm tomatoes salad with crispy bacon bits is definitely one of the later. I bought myself a whole stock of beautiful red, yellow, green tomatoes of all sorts and shapes and I decided that I wanted to combine them into one amazingly simple, amazingly delightful dish.Continue reading

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This Tropical beef salad is so fresh and full of taste that you will enjoy every single bite of it. I had some fresh picked mangoes and some avocado around the house. I absolutely wanted to make something with both, and the best way to combine the two for a nice light sunday afternoon lunch /Continue reading

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“The greatest dishes are very simple.” — Auguste Escoffier, the “Emperor of Chefs” Avocado is one of those foods that doesn’t need a lot to taste great. As a matter of fact, in my opinion, the simpler the preparation, the better. Here I am presenting you a simple avocado salad recipe. The real secret? FindingContinue reading

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