I’ve always considered the breadfruit to be “nature’s bread“, having the right combination of nutrients that is suitable for our daily nutritional needs. This fruit, which is gluten free, is actually treated as a vegetable and may be prepared in various ways. The name of the breadfruit tree (Artocarpus altilis) contains the the combination of… Read More Nature’s Bread – The Breadfruit
This photo shows our very first ripen tomato with cucumber, lettuce, and escellion stalks taken from our organic vegetable garden.
We have a jar of flaxseeds in our home, with the brown variety of flaxseeds that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. The yellow or golden flaxseeds (also called golden linseeds) have similar nutritional characteristics as brown flaxseeds, but they are very low in omega-3.With so many flaxseeds on our hands – to last for… Read More We Planted A Few Flaxseeds Just For The Fun Of It
These are a few photos I took while making coconut drops (candy) in our kitchen. Preparing The Banana Leaf The first thing I did was to cut a portion of a banana leaf from one of our banana trees outside. I’ll be using the leaf to put my drops on; if you don’t have banana… Read More Today’s Photos: Making Coconut Drops
Ginger (Zingiber Officinale) which is also called Common Ginger, Cooking Ginger, Jamaican Ginger, and Ginger Root, is one of the most widely known kitchen herb that is used as a medicine.Ginger is a spice that is added to vegetable dishes, breads, cookies, puddings, cakes, pickles, and soups; and is a medicinal herb that has anti-viral,… Read More Ginger – An Unearthed Goodness
As children, we used to buy Asham at the end of each school day. It was sold in neatly rolled light brown paper and when we finished eating it, we always wished we had a bit more to enjoy. It has been years since I’ve seen Asham, but there have been many a day when… Read More Jamaican Asham – Quick & Easy
One common gift received in the early months of the year is a pack of gungo peas. We accept it wholeheartedly knowing that gungo peas are usually very expensive in the market. Gungo peas are actually Pigeon peas (Cajanus cajan) and we cook them in rice, and in soups. Today’s photos show the shelling of… Read More Shelling Gungo