Stamp n’ Go is a staple at any traditional Jamaican brunch. This amazingly delicious yet insanely simple dish pairs saltfish fritters with a tomato based dipping sauce. Since I started eating like a vegan (officially one year now, yay me!) saltfish is one thing I have really missed. I was over the moon at my… Continue reading Vegan “Saltfish” Fritters with Pomegranate Chutney
When I first came across the notion of fruit compatibility I must admit I rolled my eyes. I was thinking, “Oh man not another dietary rule or regulation to follow. Stupse!” After the initial silent protest, I decided to adopt it nevertheless. It was good for us because it forced me out of the robotic… Continue reading Fruit Combinations! What are those?!?!
It has been a real challenge getting my little boy to eat. He’s always distracted and would much prefer to play than eat. I have to really work hard to impress him. So when I find something that makes him sit still and eat, I know it’s a keeper. Ingredients 1 tsp olive oil 1… Continue reading Chickpeas and Carrot Purée
One day Zuri got tired of curry chickpeas so I just stopped making chickpeas. But I missed them. They’re so versatile, delicious, and nutritious (gosh I sound like an ad). On a quest to make sure we get enough protein, I was determined to get back to cooking chickpeas. I tried coconut curry…nope still not… Continue reading Ethiopian Red Curry Chickpeas
The title alone should tell you why I have been MIA on this blog. Well, unless you’re like my niece and you hear lactation, but think laxative. Or, like my sister, who initially thought lactation cookies were . So, my husband and I had our first little one, a little boy. The first half of… Continue reading Lactation Cookies
For January’s Crazy Ingredient Challenge I made a Mediterranean themed honey butter hummus pastry inspired by spice cake.
I developed this recipe as part of a challenge where we had to innovate cinnamon rolls. Pineapple ginger was the first thing that popped into my mind. It’s a pretty popular flavour back home. I remember growing up as a child when my mother would make a pineapple drink from the peel of the pineapple and a… Continue reading Pineapple Ginger Rolls