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Spicy Sautéed Cauliflower with Roasted Cashews

Spicy Sautéed Cauliflower with Cashews and Pineapple Gourmet Hot Sauce. I cook cauliflower at least once or twice every month. The recipes vary from baking, roasting, sautéed and even in legumes. Since I created my new line of Gourmet Hot Sauce, I have been creating new recipes and substitu...

Warm Pearl Barley with Mushroom Salad

Warm Pearl Barley with Mushroom Salad, a comfort food to enjoy all year round. I mean a dish that does not require a specific season, month or day to prepare. It is not your typical Caribbean dish, but the ingredients are available everywhere so why not. This is a recipe from Food & Wine ...

How to make Garbanzo Beans or Chickpeas Puree

Garbanzo Beans or Chickpeas Puree should at least be on your menu once or twice a month. Garbanzo Beans are also known as Chickpeas and can be cooked the same way as regular dried beans. Whether you want to make a puree or add the beans to a meat or poultry dish, the pre-cooking process is the same ...

Sautéed Carrots, Kale and Watercress

Sautéed Carrots, Kale, and Watercress, a side dish or a main meal if you are a vegetarian. Cooking can be an overwhelming task if you are not sure how to mix and match ingredients. Not knowing the different flavors of spices and herbs can also be overwhelming. That’s easy to answer if you pay ...

How to make the perfect Brown Rice with Vegetables

Cooking Brown Rice is not easy! I am the first one to admit it. It is not easy because every brand of rice is different. Some rice brands take longer and more liquid to cook than other brands. The key to making brown rice is buying a brand you love and knowing how must liquid it will need to cook. ...

How to make the perfect and Easy Tomato Salad

An Easy Tomato Salad, just like the title states, is quick and to prepare. I am certain that you have seen many dishes with cheeses, other fruits, and vegetables and said to yourself, gee! I don’t have time to cut and slice all those ingredients. Today, you are in luck. A tomato salad does not ...

Flavorful and Crunchy Garlic Roasted Carrots

I have been wanting to share My Garlic Roasted Carrots recipe for a long time. The reason why it has taken me so long is because I am a vegetable stew girl. LOL… Yes, I like stews and roasted mixed vegetables. Roasting one type of vegetables is sometime boring for me. And to tell you the truth, I ...

Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Cashews and Green Onions

OMG! Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Cashews and Green Onions is my new favorite salad. Crunchy, delicious, tasty, delightful, sweet, healthy and nutritious. Okay! Here me out. I found this delicious salad on William-Sonoma.com, and the original recipe is made with pecans. And because I am not a ...

Wild Rice Pilaf with Snap Peas and Almonds

Rice does not have to be boring. Rice does not need to be cooked the same way all the times. Rice can be tasty and not bland. If you are tired of eating the same rice dish, I have a new recipe for you to try, Wild Rice Pilaf with Snap Peas and Almonds. You may find my recipe Wild Rice Pilaf with ...

Sautéed Chayote

OMG! A new Chayote recipe can be such an indulgence. Sautéed Chayote is the recipe I am sharing today. It is such a delicious side dish that I don’t mind making it with or without bacon or prosciutto. I love everything about this recipe. The best is making it with a different type of oils ...