Global Goodness (#1)


Woodford Square – Trinidad

As you can imagine I spend a good bit of time surfing the net for my ‘foodie fix’ :) I thought it would be a good idea to occasionally share some of my finds with y’all in a series I’ll call ‘Global Goodness’ :D Why wait until I get around to actually making (or buying) these things myself right? :D

1. Retrofood.com has a delicious sounding gelatin dessert called Apricot Bavarian. I am thinking that this dish could easily be adapted to use any tropical fruit pur?ɬ©e :)!
2. Chennette‘s recipe for, and pics of, Paratha and Maleeda (2 of my favorite things in the world) have had my mouth watering and tummy grumbling for several days now. She doesn’t know it but I have had that page bookmarked and keep returning to it. Could this be the universe’s way of telling me to revisit my tawa fears and try try try again?
3. Rums of the eastern Caribbean – Edward Hamilton (out of print)
4. I’ve already shown you how Christmas is celebrated in Trinidad, but what about some other Caribbean Christmas food traditions?

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  • http://mlaurels.blogspot.com Marsha

    I checked out that Chennete site and it is SLAMMIN! i liked the recipes and the pics!

  • http://mlaurels.blogspot.com Marsha

    I checked out that Chennete site and it is SLAMMIN! i liked the recipes and the pics!

  • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

    Chennette is a total SWEETIE :D :D :D :D

  • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

    Chennette is a total SWEETIE :D :D :D :D

  • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

    aw – I blush :-) I have to say though, that all traditional recipes are courtesy my mother. She made some more maleeda while I was home and I have a few more pix of the work in progress.

  • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

    aw – I blush :-) I have to say though, that all traditional recipes are courtesy my mother. She made some more maleeda while I was home and I have a few more pix of the work in progress.

  • http://lilandra.com/blog Lilandra

    I’m not jealous that I can’t cook.
    Really.

  • http://lilandra.com/blog Lilandra

    I’m not jealous that I can’t cook.
    Really.

  • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

    You no cook Lilandra? :D Should I get you a subscription to Caribbean Gourmet? :D

  • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

    You no cook Lilandra? :D Should I get you a subscription to Caribbean Gourmet? :D