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Korean Food Is… 한국음식은 | S02E05

What is *your* favourite Korean food? Korean food has been growing in popularity here on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. 한국음식이 이곳 캐리비안 섬나라 트리니다드에서 인기를 얻고 있어요. We invited four friends to experience a wide range of Korean fare. Traditional cooked dishes from the Golden Bell Korean Restaurant (bibimbap, kimbap, yangnyeom chicken, japchae), home … Continue reading Korean Food Is… 한국음식은 | S02E05

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Creole Kimchi Fried Rice (recipe) | 크리올 김치 볶음밥을 (as seen on a Cup of Joe)

Creole Kimchi Fried Rice (recipe) | 크리올 김치 볶음밥을 (as seen on a Cup of Joe)

Creole Kimchi Fried Rice (recipe) | 크리올 김치 볶음밥을 Serves 4 INGREDIENTS: 4 cups cold cooked jasmine rice 1 cup kimchi (homemade or you can purchase at Golden Bell) 3/4 cup buljol 1/2 carrot 1/2 onion 4 eggs 4 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 tablespoon soy sauce Salt and black pepper, to taste DIRECTIONS: 1. Chop the … Continue reading Creole Kimchi Fried Rice (recipe) | 크리올 김치 볶음밥을 (as seen on a Cup of Joe)

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Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Day Menu

Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Day Menu

Photo: Sookdeo Baney

March 30 is Spiritual Baptist/Shouter Liberation Day in Trinidad & Tobago.

From Wikipedia:

Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Liberation Day is an annual public holiday celebrated in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on March 30. The holiday commemorates the repeal on March 30, 1951 of the 1917 Shouter Prohibition Ordinance that prohibited the activities of the Shouter or Spiritual Baptist faith.

It seems hard to believe or to fully understand the idea that practicing a faith could be considered illegal here in T&T where we pride ourselves on religous tolerance and diversity, however for many decades …read more

Banana Daiquri (recipe) – Caribbean Beachcomber July/August 1969

Banana Daiquri (recipe) – Caribbean Beachcomber July/August 1969

As I type this it’s 3pm, on a Tuesday. Yes, a Tuesday. Sometimes that’s just how life goes and it’s been -that- kind of week already. So, follow my lead and take a mid-day break today. It’s on me! (If your boss complains, make one for them too! ;) )

This recipe comes from my ongoing “Caribbean Beachcomber” series.

Banana Daiquri

Banana Daiquri

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 oz light rum
1/2 fresh banana
3/4 oz simple syrup (equal parts sugar & water)
dash of …read more

LIVE VIEWING POST: Watch Trinidad’s Brandon Soverall on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen”!

LIVE VIEWING POST: Watch Trinidad’s Brandon Soverall on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen”!

Brandon Soverall

Trinidad’s Brandon Soverall competes on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” tonight at 10pm EST. Currently the sous chef at “Triniti” in Houston, TX, USA, he first gained prominence among local foodies via cooking events at Port of Spain’s Fanatic Kitchen Studio.

About Cutthroat Kitchen:
From Wikipedia – Cutthroat Kitchen is a reality cooking television show hosted by Alton Brown that premiered on August 11, 2013 on Food Network. Similar to short-form cooking reality shows, it features four chefs challenged to cook gourmet dishes to be judged by a guest celebrity, but …read more

Trinigourmet in the Sunday New York Times!

Trinigourmet in the Sunday New York Times!

It was one of those moments you always hope for, but can never predict or plan. A message on Twitter in early January letting me know that Sam Sifton, Dining editor of The New York Times was working on a piece about Caribbean Style Oxtail Stew and that I should probably drop him a line….

Trinigourmet and Macaroni Kid Trinidad Join Hands!

Trinigourmet and Macaroni Kid Trinidad Join Hands!

Hey everyone! I am so happy to officially announce my partnership this year with Macaroni Kid Trinidad! In the past I have been offered opportunities for collaborations and I have, until now, turned them all down. Until now. You see, for me, a project has to be aligned with my core values, and I have…

Tu B’Shevat Tablescape 2011

Tu B’Shevat Tablescape 2011

Wednesday evening is the start of Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish New Year for the Trees. This holiday, and its accompanying seder, encourages participants to reflect on how the earth’s bounty (especially the forms that fruit take) mirror our own spiritual evolution. For the event, or any time that you want to bring a ‘natural’ feel…

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