Here is a great recipe that you can use to make your own version of the famous Cajun Spice. It is a simple and easy recipe for a dry blend of spices that you can modify to make it your own, or use just like it is.
A vegetarian based Gumbo is traditional for Good Friday among cajuns. You can add shrimps or sausage if you like. Cajun Potato Salad and Skillet Salsa round out a great meal for good times, good friends, and good fortune.
So what is this water chestnut of the Caribbean, you ask? A tasty little root vegetable called Topi Tambo or as we call it in Trinidad and Tobago, Tipi Tambo.
Now if you are looking for something traditionally Canadian, here is your recipe (followed by Canadian blueberry dessert below). This pork pie was traditionally a holiday pie served following Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. However, over the...
A list of weird food names and anecdotes about their origins. Isn't it nice when foods can make you giggle?
Easy papaya hot sauce This is a great 15 minute hot table sauce and will compliment any Caribbean, Indian, or general grilled meats very well. The sauce is very easy to make, and ads an exotic twist to everyday BBQ. Papaya Caribbean Hot...
Caribbean rice and peas is a taste sensation, and with some leftover rice you can make this recipe in 5 minutes! An essential side for Jerk chicken or any other Tropical meal.
Cajun is a name for a culture and a people with a rich intermixed heritage and lots of good food. Famous Cajuns have made good food and music as well.
Known locally as The Rock, the island has its own unique food, but it would be a stretch to call it cuisine.
Salsa is popularly known as a sauce or dip for Mexican foods. It originated with the indigenous Inca Native Mexicans, along with the Mayans and the Aztecs, long ago and was made from the freshest local ingredients.