Homefries

Potato doesn’t get enough spins for how hard it slaps. It’s not just French fries out here winning hearts. Nothing beats home fries when the edges are crisp and your garlic even more so. This was part of my breakfast, with some roasted chick peas, eggs and bacon. I opted to season with cumin, turmeric,…

Food Trappin – Light + Fast

I suppose this is mostly a food blog now. Writing has been a series of new tabs and documents that don’t seem to fully convey what I’m trying to relay. Hopefully, in a few weeks I can come back to these work in progress pieces and find something salvageable in the pile. In the meantime:…

Food Trappin – Roast Chicken

Cleaning out my camera and came across some succulent chicken photos so I had to post them. Let me answer all the questions I know you’re going to ask: I seared the chicken first and finished it in the oven. It’s a cast iron skillet which is the only thing I roast chicken in. Ain’t…

Gluten Free Eating – Curry Channa (Garbanzo Beans)

If you’ve been following me for a while you should know my basic food philosophy – I have Celiac’s Disease so all recipes, food suggestions and food reviews mean that they are gluten free. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a cooking ass, Afro+ Indo-Caribbean household where most foods are naturally prepared with…

My taste of contentment

So, A is in the kitchen…making me stew. It’s been close to an hour, I’m almost faint with anticipation and it smells delicious.

Cooking from the Heart

I spend a lot of time cooking and eating. Growing up in a West Indian house hold and being female meant a lot of time with my Grandmother. She is all I hope to be; strong, resilient, graceful, timeless and always eloquent. Food was important. Feeding the men was something ingrained in you. Women, nurtured….