Summer is for traveling. And the great thing about cooking is that even if you can’t travel, in one dish, you can make a jump to the other side of the world. So let’s set sail for Asia … and tour around Bangkok in our kitchens together and make some good heart-warming asian inspired bouillon.Continue reading

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You know what they mean when they talk about comfort food? Well to every one of us Haitian, I think a bowl of Pumpkin soup sums it up. You’re stuck in Boston freezing in the middle of march, and you’re from the island? Trust me, a bowl of sunny pumpkin soup will bring some sunshine in your 50Continue reading

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I stumbled upon this recipe online, and I fell head over heels for it. That happens to me often whenever a recipe involves eggplant, referred to here in Haiti as Aubergine. I have a great appreciation for this vegetable, which I feel, is the one veggie, aside from onions, that I can say many cuisinesContinue reading

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  Last night I came home to realize that I had nothing prepped to make diner. With no meat or fish out of the freezer to cook, I had to find a quick solution, specially with the boys having to go to bed soon, and the extra people we had over for diner, including my parents andContinue reading

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