A bit on the side…. Cauliflower ‘Couscous’

This is one of my favourite side dishes and one of the easiest to make, as it requires absolutely no cooking and takes just 15 minutes to put together. It's really tasty and I love the little bit of 'heat' that you get from the raw cauliflower. It's a great accompaniment to a burger/bun/cutter (delete … Continue reading A bit on the side…. Cauliflower ‘Couscous’

Earthworks – a delight of the island

Wherever you are in Barbados I would guess that you're not too far away from a piece of pottery from Earthworks. Yes, you will all have seen it; fired red clay decorated with strong designs and bold colours. Hand made and hand finished. Very eye catching. When I first arrived in Barbados I saw it everywhere, … Continue reading Earthworks – a delight of the island

Foodie Friday – Spicy Fish & Coconut Noodle Soup

I love dishes that have a bit of fire in them, but are still light enough to enjoy when the weather is hot, hot, hot. This soup ticks both of those boxes and is just delicious. It's quick to put together and doesn't need you to spend too long in the hot kitchen. You can use any … Continue reading Foodie Friday – Spicy Fish & Coconut Noodle Soup

Foodie Friday – Chana Dal with Spinach & Tomato (Curry Night Part 3)

Finally, here it is (drum roll please), the third dish in the New Year's Day curry menu and I promise that you won't be disappointed. Having now cooked three dishes from Madhur Jaffrey's book, Curry Easy Vegetarian, they all have a big, fat tick besides them. Each one was delicious and I can't wait to … Continue reading Foodie Friday – Chana Dal with Spinach & Tomato (Curry Night Part 3)