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CEVICHE! ~ Costa Rican Style

CEVICHE! ~ Costa Rican Style by Amos Miller

My buddy, Ed, of Puerto Rican descent, spent his time in the Air Force in Central and South America. Ed's favorite dish: ceviche! He tells endless tales of trying ceviche, which is seafoods 'cooked' in nothing but citrus juice. Ed always said that the ceviche he would eat by the gallon, if he could get it, was that he had in Costa…

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Caribbean Turkey Wings

Caribbean Turkey Wings by Bob Towlson

2 votes
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Honey and Sea Salt Plantains

Honey and Sea Salt Plantains by Sean Kervin

The humble plantain seems to be one of the most misunderstood fruits in the grocery aisle. Most people pass over these green bananas in favor of their more popular yellow cousins, yet they are wonderful to cook with. Treat them just like a potato and boil, fry, or mash them for a slightly unique experience. This recipe is very…

3 votes
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Caribbean Hors d'oeuvres

Caribbean Hors d'oeuvres by Bob Towlson

1 vote
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Cuban Shrimp and Avocado Salad with tamarind sauce.

Cuban Shrimp and Avocado Salad with tamarind sauce. by Cuban Cuisine

This Summer, try this high protein Cuban inspired salad that is delicious and nutritious.

1 vote
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Sweet Potato Tostones with Blue Crab Cake, Jalapeno Fried Corn, and Citrus Avocado Cream

Sweet Potato Tostones with Blue Crab Cake, Jalapeno Fried Corn, and Citrus Avocado Cream by Texanas Kitchen

1 vote
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Pollo Cubano

Pollo Cubano by myra byanka

Marinated chicken braised in white wine and veggies. Serve with rice or other starchy vegetable. Yum!

1 vote
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Geera(pork,chicken,neck, gizzard, shrimp)

Geera(pork,chicken,neck, gizzard, shrimp) by carie james- dolabaille

This is a favorite in Trinidad and Tobago .This dish is usual cooked for parties as a cutters( appetizer).It can be made with any meat : chicken,chicken neck, gizzard, pork, shrimp

2 votes
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Papaya Pie

Papaya Pie by Parsley Sage

I've mentioned before that Clark Kent and I volunteer with Cayman Wildlife Rescue. Every few weeks, we drive out to Savannah to clean the cages, change out the toys, provide showering services and lavish with treats the six rescued Cayman Parrots that are currently in recovery. They love papayas! If they could eat it in pie, they…

1 vote
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Callaoo,

Callaoo, by Ingrid Marie

This is a Sunday staple in Trinidad and Tobago. It is very rich and high in calories , as it is made with coconut milk made by blending the meat of a dry ( brown on the outside ) coconut. We use a local spinach call dasheen bush , but regular spinach will do.

1 vote
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Salt Beef Rundown by Ruth's Kitchen

Salt Beef Rundown by Ruth's Kitchen by Parsley Sage

Earlier this month, I got an opportunity to attend a cooking demonstration at the Cayman Islands Museum. I visit the museum at least once a month for Lookya to get some stewed beef, BBQ chicken or my ever-fav fish & fritters. Lookya is a day fair which features local artisans and cooks from one of the six Cayman Islands districts.…

1 vote
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Swanky Panky

Swanky Panky by Parsley Sage

Gimistory is a storytelling festival held annually in Cayman. A different island district hosts each night and Clark Kent and I try to make it to the West Bay one each year. In addition to stories, poetry, ex tempo, calypso and duppy (ghost) tales there's a food competition to find out which district has the best fried fish &…

2 votes
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Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi by Parsley Sage

I was puttering around the kitchen thinking about breakfast and the lovely mango eyeballing me from the counter when I decided the lassi recipe I picked up at the 2nd Annual Mango Festival was what my tummy was craving. It was delicious!

1 vote
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Cuban Festival Calamari and Fritters with Mango Chilli Dipping Sauce

Cuban Festival Calamari and Fritters with Mango Chilli Dipping Sauce by Cuban Cuisine

This recipe combines Cuban and Jamaican flavours in a super easy way for a fast and elegant appetiser or main dish.The spicy Festival mix is versatile enough to use as a coating or for fritters...and this entire dish is lifted to a new level when…

1 vote
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Cuban Shrimp, Avocado and Crabeye Bean Salad with tamarind sauce.

Cuban Shrimp, Avocado and Crabeye Bean Salad with tamarind sauce. by Cuban Cuisine

This Summer, try this high protein Cuban inspired salad that is delicious and nutritious.

1 vote
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