Did you survive your Thanksgiving Holiday? Did you venture out into the Black Friday abyss of chaos? I managed to survive two Thanksgiving holidays this year. The first being mine and the second with the Kubes family. I am going to show you my two turkeys that I did this year. I am really hoping to actually share this recipe sometime in the future. But there is only so much turkey I can eat! Especially since I don’t even like… Read more »

Growing up in Trinidad, my grandmother had at any given time about 14 mouths to feed. I am not kidding you! She had 11 boys and girls, plus my sister, brother and myself and any of her children that was already married and would pop in to eat from time to time. She would come up with the weirdest food to eat. Actually we grew our own rice. What you call wild rice here, my grandparents grew back home and… Read more »

Today we are cooking up a batch of my all time favorite food! Yup its hot sauce, but not just any hot sauce, this is a Trinidad Hot Pepper Sauce. This is a sauce that will not only spice things up, but put flavor on your plate. There are hot and there is hot flavor. Hot is just burn your taste buds off. Hot flavor means the heat enhances the flavor of the food. Then there are people who can’t… Read more »

Have you gotten all your shopping done yet? If you are from MN did you and your car survive the -22 degree day this past weekend? While I did survive, my poor baby did not…she refused to start after spending the night outside. But Luckily my knight in a shiny white armor did rescue her! In fact he tried to rescue my Furnace when it also went out a week ago. The joys of home ownership never ends. Its like you… Read more »

Today I am sharing with you my 5 time winning Chili Recipe! Yes 5 times in a row I have won the Chili competition at work. There are some extremely secretive ingredients in this recipe that I trust you will not divulge to anyone! The secret is…are you ready? Okay here goes….its coconut milk! Yes I said Coconut milk in Chili. The coconut milk adds the creaminess and the sweetness to the chili that tapers off the spiciness. The other… Read more »