Category Archives: Cuisine – Foods

SOLAR COOKERS ON EARTH DAY. – by Rosaliene Bacchus

SOLAR COOKERS ON EARTH DAY. – by Rosaliene Bacchus

Reblogged from through the luminary lens:


Click to visit the original postDid you know that food can be cooked with the sun? For Earth Day 2016, here’s an introduction to environmental friendly solar cooking. Bon appetit.

Reflectors are opened like petals on a flower, to collect and focus sunlight. The glass cover will trap heat inside the oven and pots.

You’ll understand this better by remembering how hot your car can get if it is parked in the sun.

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Last Lap Lime 2016 – Toronto – Woodbridge Fair Grounds- Monday August 1, 2016

LLL 2016 revised

Mahaica’s ‘mad scientists’ make mosquito repellent from Katahar flower


Dolly Sooknanan, teacher Jaishree Nanku, and Darshanie Nanhu are pictured with their winning trophies at the display counter for the repellent

Mahaica’s ‘mad scientists’ make mosquito repellent from Katahar flower

“Katahar” is an Indo-Guyanese Creole word that carries the idea of nothingness. If someone were to tell you you’re a Katahar, they are really dismissing you as worth nothing.

The vegetable named Katahar is, however, not to be dismissed. Curried Katahar, added to other curries with dhall and rice, is a must-have in good seven-curry, the dish mainly served at Hindu religious events.   Continue reading

A Caribbean Brunch Favorite: Ackee And Codfish – By Minna LaFortune

A Caribbean Brunch Favorite: Ackee And Codfish

Published on Mar 31 2016,  News Americas. NY

A Caribbean Brunch Favorite: Ackee And Codfish

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 1, 2016: Getting an invitation to attend a Caribbean breakfast or brunch is the invitation to a special experience!

Caribbean breakfast foods are very special because they are meals that are also served at lunch and dinner.

They are large meals that contain all the major food groups complimented with fresh herbs and spices and medley of several tropical fruits. To ask a Caribbean national in the region or in the Diaspora what is their favorite breakfast or brunch dish is to get a list of starches, fish, meats, vegetables, beverages and fruits.

The responses no doubt will vary from island to island.     Continue reading

Is fermented food a recipe for good gut health?

Is fermented food a recipe for good gut health?

Best Jerk Chicken in Toronto – featuring various restaurants

Best Jerk Chicken in Toronto – featuring various restaurants

Rap's Authentic Jamaican
Rap’s Authentic Jamaican
By: Jim Bamboulis – Posted: February 22, 2016

Jerk chicken has been a popular dish in Toronto for decades. And although there are plenty of restaurants from all corners of Toronto that make it, there are a select few that make it with love, keeping with the tradition of the old country and delivering a consistent and delicious product for years. The list of 10 restaurants below showcase the best jerk chicken in the city. Some have been around for generations, some for only a few years. All of them are exceptional and worth the visit. Continue reading

A Guyanese Christmas – By Cheryl Springer

A Guyanese Christmas

By Cheryl Springer – On December 11, 2015 – Stabroek News – Lifestyle

Black cake at Christmas

Every year, hundreds of Guyanese living in the Diaspora begin packing barrels and boxes to post ‘home’, some as early as June/July. In many cases it’s because they’re spending Christmas in Guyana and want to share more than they can carry in the token one or two suitcases they’re allowed on most flights.

But every year, hundreds more can only reminisce on the Guyanese Christmases of their childhoods or recent pasts. Four Guyanese living in Bristol, United Kingdom; Houston, Texas and Kentucky in the US and Tortola, BVI tell Lifestyle what they miss about Christmas ‘back home’. A recurring theme is ‘I’ve been away too long.’ Perhaps this reliving of the memories will turn their feet toward these shores.   Continue reading

GMO’s and “All Natural Food” – false advertising at its best… 2 videos

“All Natural Food” – false advertising at its best… video

“The Natural Effect” of selling food labeled as “Natural” is explained by a spokesman from the false advertising industry. This is the same advertising industry that has targeted men for years with weight loss pills, products to grow hair, and supplements to make the little guy bigger. If you’re concerned about what you eat you might want to stay away from foods labeled “Natural” and focus more on foods labeled as “organic”.

Whole Foods Caught in False Advertising Scandal – video    Continue reading

Best Caribbean Eateries In The US – News Americas Now Feature

Best Caribbean Eateries In The US – News Americas Now Feature

Caribbean fish at Love Cuisine in Phoenix

Caribbean fish at Love Cuisine in Phoenix

Compiled By NAN Lifestyle Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 23, 2015: Christmas is a time for family, gifts and most of all FOOD.

There is no denying Caribbean food is among the best in the world – mainly because of its spice and flavor! But you don’t have to travel all the way to the Caribbean for the best Caribbean eats. This year, News Americas Now decided to compile the best Caribbean restaurants in the 10 most populated cities across the U.S.A. based on Yelp and TripAdvisor diners: Here are the top 10:   Continue reading

Guyanese Online – Most Popular Entries – November 2015

Guyanese Online – Most Popular Entries – November 2015

November Entries = 146: Views = 59,105:  Views/since March 2010 = 3,680,082

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  2. Old Jet Magazines – from 1950 onwards – updated
  3. GUYANA: LIST OF CABINET MINISTERS – 20 May 2015 – Updated 23 May 2015
  4. Fruits of Trinidad and Tobago – and Guyana
  5. Guyana Education: CXC-CSEC MAY/JUNE 2015 Individual candidate performances
  8. Guyanese prepared foods and fruits in pictures + video
  9. The Mighty Sparrow’s calypso- “Good Morning Mr. Walker”….Look who is singing it now
  10. Guyana: The President’s Daughter: Meet Afuwa Granger, Visual Artist/Writer/Poet    Continue reading

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