Every time I go back home to Trinidad, one of my most favorite things to eat is a Roast Pork Sandwich. I have never been able to master how Trini’s make their roast pork. It does not help that everyone has a different process either. One of my fondest memory is every Friday buying a roast pork sandwich from the neighborhood bar (rum shop). The lady that owned it only made it on Friday and Saturdays. I believe she fried… Read more »
Quick post today to share with you the video of a Cambodian Curry Chicken I did in partnership with @196flavors. As usual if you like this recipe video and want to see more head on over to my Youtube Channel and hit the subscribe button! Until then head on over to 196flavors for this recipe.
The first thing I do each morning when I wake up is turn on the news, while I convince myself that working is important and that the only way I can live the life of luxury (not really) is if I drag myself out of bed every day and put on my big girl clothes and speed to work. Last Friday, flashing across my TV screen I distinctly saw breaking news. I can’t see worth a darn without my glasses,… Read more »
Hi there! Its been about 2 weeks since I last posted anything. I was away for Memorial weekend and I just felt too lazy to cook and video and blog. I usually go away to a lake house every Memorial weekend, this year in 14 years we actually had 90 degree weather. I am not complaining, but there was two houses next to us on either side and we were the only house hold that would be inside all day… Read more »
I know you are wondering what the heck is an Asado? An Asado is one heck of a big BBQ! In Argentina and Paraguay and a few other South American countries, a big BBQ is called an Asado. In fact today is Paraguay’s Independence day and it is guaranteed that there will be an Asado or two. To these countries an Asado is considered an event. Its not just a BBQ to them. While the meats are not seasoned the… Read more »