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Bocconcini eggplant frittata

Bocconcini eggplant frittata

Want to try a delicious vegetable frittata? Packed with all the goodness of eggplant and topped with the freshness of bocconcini mozzarella and basil, this recipe will land in your recipe book. (I hope) Perfect for breakfast, lunch and diner, it is a great meal when served with a side salad and a glass of crisp white wine if you may.…

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Blue Crab “Cirique” Bouillon

Blue Crab “Cirique” Bouillon

For some reason this Tabou Combo song, makes me feel like this dish! A good delicious Caribbean crab soup. Locally, we call these colorful crustaceans “cirique” but these little blue crabs are scientifically known as Callinectes sapidus, which translates to “savory beautiful swimmer.” Tempted? The name alone sounds quite delicious, wouldn’t you agree? As the song says, “Aux Antilles” is where there…

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Sweet plantain lasagna

Sweet plantain lasagna

Grandma’s recipes are always the best. Souvenirs of a dish from childhood have this way of sweeping back emotions. I am currently reading Anthony Bourdain’s great testimonial “Kitchen Confidential“, and he too believes the same. In the the early pages, he recalls his very first true culinary experience. He was barely 9 years old, and was traveling transatlantic by boat…

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Leek and potato soup with parsley pesto

Leek and potato soup with parsley pesto

Hello smooth, creamy, delicious soup! This leek and potato soup with parsley pesto recipe will keep you warm and cozy. Leek and potato. Two simple ingredients gifted to us by Mother Nature, that thrown together in a pot deliver amazing results. It’s starting to get colder here in the mountain tops of Port-au-Prince. Believe it or not, temperature sometimes reaches…

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