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How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video
May05

How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video

I’m going to show you How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains and what a great side dish or appetizer these tasty little chunks of goodness are. How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains: A change from the commonly served side dishes and what a delicious snack – quick to prepare and nutritious. Type: Side Dish or Appetizer Prep Time: 5 min Bake Time: 15 – 20 min Yield: 4 servings The ingredients & instructions are listed below...

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How to Cook Plantain Tostones: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
May01

How to Cook Plantain Tostones: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

This delicious recipe for How to Cook Plantain Tostones is a traditional Caribbean and Latin favorite. Now, it will become a favorite of food lovers everywhere. With the sweetness of the cooked plantain and the salty overtones, these Tostones tease your palate in a delightful way. How to Cook Plantain Tostones: Perfect for appetizers or accompanying your entrées. Tostones are delicious when using them as the bread slices in a tasty...

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Web Chef Review: Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters
Sep15

Web Chef Review: Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters

Now, if Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters don’t sound divine to you, I can’t help you out… Bitters, if you are unsure, are used mainly in the bar industry. Many uses were considered to be out of style or sometimes retro. However, today’s mixologists have brought back the bitters, Baby! Bringing those often thought of outdated ingredients, right into the forefront showcasing wild and amazing flavors in all...

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Web Chef Review: Excelsior Genuine Jamaican Water Crackers
Aug08

Web Chef Review: Excelsior Genuine Jamaican Water Crackers

I’m coming at you today with a great Jamaican food find… Excelsior Genuine Jamaican Water Crackers are definitely worth the purchase to take home, not just for a snack, but for cooking with as well. I’ve been looking at them in my grocer for quite some time, not sure whether or not to purchase a bag to try. I hit a sale, and I’m glad I brought these bad-boys home. They are not only tasty, but they are super...

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How to Toast Coconut
Aug01

How to Toast Coconut

Many recipes, especially Island or tropical recipes, and dessert recipes call for toasted coconut. You can’t buy toasted coconut…it’s something you must do at home, but it is a very simple process that only takes a few minutes, with quick & easy clean-up. Toasting your coconut really enhances the flavors and gives the coconut some lovely crunchy texture when you eat it. It’s well worth the small effort to...

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How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut
Aug01

How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut

It’s summertime! Instead of making banana bread with your extra ripe bananas, make something else that can be served cool and that amplifies summer flavors… Why not make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut and feel like you’re on an island? That’s what I did tonight, and you’ll be so glad you did, if you go ahead and try this Pudding Recipe. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve With: Homemade Whipped Cream, if...

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How to Make Alcoholic Ginger Beer: Upscale SuperBowl Treats
Feb06

How to Make Alcoholic Ginger Beer: Upscale SuperBowl Treats

This is Day Eight of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! It’s also SuperBowl today… We are making Ginger Beer – of course it’s alcoholic for SuperBowl! Easy recipe, delicious stuff…You must try this, especially if you’re drinking a “sub-par”, cheapish beer while you tailgate! Perfect, even if you’re just looking for a bit of a change. Yum! Type: Alcoholic Drink Recipe Serve With: Candied...

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How to Make Coconut Curry Dip for Seafood
Nov04

How to Make Coconut Curry Dip for Seafood

Want to try something a little different with your chilled seafood besides the traditional cocktail sauce? Well, this is a delicious choice that’s healthy too! Type: Sauce Recipe Serve With: Boiled, chilled shrimp, crab, lobster or as a dressing on seafood salad Prep Time: 8 min Yield: 3 cups Ingredients: 1.5 cups tofu 1.5 cups coconut milk juice of 1 lime 2 tbsp honey 2 tbsp curry paste or curry powder 1/2 tsp cumin 1/2 tsp...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Jamaican Jerk Chicken Recipe
Oct28

How to Cook Kimberly’s Jamaican Jerk Chicken Recipe

Jerk chicken is a fun recipe to try to cook! It seems like a lot of ingredients to add, but typically they’re all sitting in your pantry already. Adding “this and that”, you’re going to look like a real pro in the kitchen! LOL…and the flavor will surprise you! Try it! Type: Chicken Recipe Serve With: Rice and peas Prep Time: 15 min + overnight marinating time Yield: Enough to marinate 3.5 lbs chicken and...

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How to Make Easy Coconut Lime Cream Sauce for Desserts
Sep27

How to Make Easy Coconut Lime Cream Sauce for Desserts

Stuck in a pinch for a creamy dessert sauce or fruit dip? No worries – if you have these 5 ingredients most people have in their fridge and pantry, you’re golden! So delicious and it only takes 3 minutes to make, you’ll look like a hero whipping this up in your kitchen. Type: Dessert Sauce Serve With: Desserts, ice cream, pancakes, fruit Prep Time: 3 minutes Yield: approximately 2 cups Ingredients: 1 1/4 cups Sour...

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How to Bake Kimberly’s Island Bread Pudding Recipe
Sep25

How to Bake Kimberly’s Island Bread Pudding Recipe

We have lived a lot of the past 10 years in the Southern United States…and bread pudding is a staple dessert down South. This is a twist on a classic favorite with a tropical island splash! Enjoy… Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Ice Cream or Coconut Cream Sauce Prep Time: 30 mins Cook Time: 1 hr Yield: 10 servings Ingredients: 1/2 loaf of Kimberly’s Tropical Fruit Bread for the Bread Machine – 1″ cubes 5...

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How to Bake Tropical Fruit Bread for the Bread Machine
Sep25

How to Bake Tropical Fruit Bread for the Bread Machine

We have been craving tropical recipes for the past few months during the end of summer. Even our bread machine wasn’t safe!!! This is a great bread for breakfast or as a snack. Try it out… Type: Bread Serve With: Softened butter Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 30 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 3 cups Whole Bean Flour – this is gluten free 1/2 cup Bread Flour 1/2 cup Oats 1/2 tsp Sea Salt 1 tbsp Ground Ginger 1/2...

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How to Cook Vegan Breakfast: Gingered Coconut Banana Eggless Pancakes
Sep11

How to Cook Vegan Breakfast: Gingered Coconut Banana Eggless Pancakes

This morning, I wanted to make pancakes for my family. However, we had no eggs left and I didn’t want to make the trip to the store. So, I decided to experiment and go vegan and I’m so very glad I did. The result was probably the most delicious pancakes I have ever had – and I don’t like eating regular pancakes, I’m a crepe lover! They were filling, fluffy and so tasty…Try them – You’ll...

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