HOME AND FAMILY

              Is it not funny how Blessings requires hard work to maintain. Families are yes made up of different types of imperfection, no two people in a family are the same. Everyone has different personalities, different likes and dislikes and so it can be sometimes hard to maintain a happy […]

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Food and Family

  There is no denying that home cooked meals are what is best for your family. Why you ask? For reasons most would agree. It is healthier.  It is healthier because you have choice of how you prepare your food, as well as what you put in it.  So you know for sure what is […]

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The Heart of The Home

  It is my belief that wives, mothers we are the heart of our home. Through our faith, prayers, tenacity, nurturing spirit and strength ( Yes we are so much stronger than we give ourselves credit for . We are capable of carrying a whole other human being in our bodies  ). Trust me we […]

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Jamaican Curry Chicken with Butter Beans

My family loves curry chicken as we say in Jamaica, but I have come to noticed others say chicken curry. Anyway, I love it because there are so many ways to make it. Plain curry chicken, curry chicken with carrots, or with carrots and potatoes like my husband prefers. My 13-year-old Jade prefers it with […]

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Simple and Delicious Chicken Parmesan

Now that summer break is over and the children are back in school, not only I’m I looking for a simple and delicious meal, as well as meals that are awesome for prep ahead. This Chicken Parmesan fits both those criteria so it makes a wonderful weeknight dinner. INGREDIENTS 3 lbs chicken breast tenderloin( I […]

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Home Cooking Tips

Now that for me the school summer break is up. I am thinking about ways and products that make home cooking easier during the school year as things will be undoubtedly busier. Here are some products I liked to keep in the pantry and or refrigerator to help with some quick and simple meals that […]

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Shrimp Etoufee

Home made Shrimp Etoufette Shrimp Etouffee Ingredients • 1lb large uncooked shrimp ( peeled and deveined) • 1 med vine tomato ( chopped) • 3 sprigs fresh thyme • 1 stalk celery ( chopped) • ½ of red and green bell pepper ( thinly sliced) • 1 tsp fresh minced garlic • 1 small to […]

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SWEET CORN FRITTERS

if you know anything about Jamaican food, then you know about those sweet and delicious festivals. I love those, my children those and my husband loves them. So one day my 13 years old and I was playing around in the kitchen, attempting to change up some old fashion Jamaican recipes and make them our own, […]

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Shrimp Teryaki

  Well in working on my 30 minutes and under meals. This is such a wonderful time, as I have additional Teriyaki Sauce left over in the fridge, this made this dish so much quicker than it already is. INGREDIENTS 2 lbs shrimp ( peeled and deveined) Can you tell my family loves shrimp, well […]

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Chicken Teriyaki

    So I have been in the mood, to make different home made sauce, marinades, spices and things like that  and so over the weekend I made some Teriyaki Sauce, I made enough to store in the fridge, because with this being summer break and well you know the kids eating down the house, […]

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Coconut Curry Chicken

  INGREDIENTS  COCONUT CURRY CHICKEN INGREDIENTS 1 whole roaster chicken ( cut up in small pieces) you can ask your butcher at the grocery store, meat market or where ever to do this for you. Or you can use boneless skinless chicken. For me the whole chicken is a preference because of the white and […]

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Crock pot Jerk Pork Chops

  Crockpot Smothered Jerk Chicken To make this easier and a little less confusing and not seem so overwhelming because of all the ingredients, I am going to break this down into steps, including the ingredients. First I start off with cleaning and seasoning the pork chops Ingredients 3 lbs center cut pork chops 2 […]

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Creamy Tomato Garlic Chickenw/ Spinach and Linguini

Although you love and enjoy cooking for your family, sometimes you need it to be a little easy. So although my daughters would love for me to cook them nothing but Jamaican food, that is not always going to happen. So becauseI has other things to do than just cooking for my family. I have […]

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Cornmeal Porridge

This is a staple breakfast in Jamaica for everyone, but it is also a daily meal for toddlers, it is made thin enough to be sucked from their bottles. Now being an adult I love it on those cold winter mornings, which are very few here in Florida. Lucky for me I get cold easily […]

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