Homemade Brooklyn cooking part.2

Hello there! These two dishes are other two more must have for us, two more home made dishes that we can't pass on while we're staying in Brooklyn, two simple, flavor boasting dishes that have that West Indies touch that we love. Roasted Beef with gravy cooked down with spices, potatoes and fresh thyme, until the meat is moist and tender, we enjoy ours served with a fresh tomato slice on two warm slices of Jamaican "end-bread". Will not give it enough credit if I'll say I've made me a beef sandwich but you got the idea : amazingly good....more

Eating My Weight in Crap Food

So, while I’ve been waiting to hear back about the job, I’ve taken up a new hobby:Eating my weight in crap food.It’s pretty fantastic. And an awesome stress reliever....more
I get rampantly hungry a few days before. I just can't be sated. it's a tell-tale sign. Eat up, ...more

Time to make the doughnuts

Earlier today we had a new dessert tasting/meeting at the restaurant I work for.  Sweets have been on my mind all day.  I have been wanting to do some baking for a while now but have never really had the time (nor energy) to do so.  So here we are!...more

Bacon and Avocado Grilled Cheese

Real talk...I could eat sandwiches for every meal of the day. I love them. There's just something about a bunch of stuff smushed between two pieces of bread that makes me want to do the happy dance. The rest of the chaos clan, however, could care less about sandwiches...a concept I just don't understand....more

Conquering the Picky Eater

The picky eater. Frustrating Moms and Dads since the beginning of time. K spoiled me and still does since she'll eat just about anything you put in front of her but the boys...oh man. Their idea of the perfect meal is popsicles with a side of mac and cheese followed by chicken nuggets and ketchup because they can't eat chicken nuggets without ketchup except that they don't use the ketchup to dip their nuggets in but instead use their fingers to eat every ounce of ketchup on their plate....more

What Culinary School Is REALLY Like

A year ago, I quit my nine-to-five job to attend the Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan. Since then, I've encountered a lot of questions on the subject. Are you dreaming of crisp white jackets and long stainless-steel worktables? Read on to find out what going to culinary school is really all about. Who goes to culinary school? ...more
Of course! Good luck and let me know if you have any questions!more

Memorial Day Traditions

It's Memorial Day here in the US and our family tradition for every Memorial Day we have a huge cook-out with lots and lots of food. All kinds of food; hamburger, hot dogs, chicken, ribs, fish, baked beans, mac and cheese, corn on the cob, potato salad, macaroni salad, collard greens, toss salad, and a bunch of other stuff....more

What do Indians eat?

Do you know what Indians eat? They eat a variety of foods and that is why Indian food is liked by so many people around the world. However the food they eat can vary from one state to another, from one region to another. It's true that Indian food is spicy but not all the time. There are people who do not eat a lot of spices. But as a general rule, Indian food is spicy. Spicy does not always mean hot, spicy means a range of spices to enhance the flavor of the food. ...more

Oven roasted Rosemary Garlic Potatoes

Oven Roasted Rosemary Garlic Potatoes is truely perfect side dish for lunch/dinner with amazing flavor of garlic and rosemary. I must say this is a classic combination and super delicious. One of the best recipe I have tried with potatoes. It is worth it.For recipe visit:...more

Spicy Pan Seared Tofu With Kumquat Sauce

Spicy Pan Seared Tofu with Kumquat sauce is sour, sweet and spicy(all in one) dish prepared using tofu, kumquat and sauces. For more detailed recipe visit http://alwayskush.blogspot.com/2015/05/spicy-pan-seared-tofu-with-kumquat-sauce.html...more