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Cilantro for digestion

Cilantro for digestion

Cilantro juice for your dIgestive system Having issues with your digestion? Well there’s an herb for that.. way less than your well visit copay to your physician. That help is coriander, or as we all may know it, cilantro. Yes. Cilantro is the culprit when […]

27 medicinal plants you should have in your gardens

27 medicinal plants you should have in your gardens

Medicinal plants we should have in our gardens We live in a culture where medication is used as a bandaid (cover up), treating the symptoms and not the problem. Listed below are 27 plants with high medicinal properties for healing that can be consumed by […]

Lawsuit filed against popular California wineries

Lawsuit filed against popular California wineries

Foodies, beware! Oh oh! According to TaintedWine, on March 19, 2015 dozens of California wineries were filed with a suit claiming of dangerous levels of carcinogens in their moscato, pinot grigio and sauvignon blanc wines. The popular brands includes, Franzia, Ménage et Trois, Sutter Home, Wine […]

Le Marécade Restaurant in East Village, New York

Le Marécade Restaurant in East Village, New York

West-African meets Caribbean; Yvorian and Haitian cuisine at Le Marécage which is translated to “the Swamp” has been opened since October in the East Village in new york city. The restaurant is owned by a married couple, Yvrose, Haitian native and chef Mamadou Bamba of […]

How to Peel Plantains

How to Peel Plantains

Yes, folks! The title, as you see it, is really what you see there; “How To Peel Plantains”. As simple as it may sound, not everyone knows how to peel or skin perfectly a plantain. This is something I learned not too long ago while assisting […]

How to Make Kale Chips

How to Make Kale Chips

I love eating healthy, but sometimes I just want something that isn’t so “healthy”. Like chips! Well, if you’re like me, then you want to have your cake and eat it too. But in this case we’re talking about something that sounds bad but good. […]

Haitian Diri Ak Pwa (Rice And Beans) Recipe

Haitian Diri Ak Pwa (Rice And Beans) Recipe

1/4 cup butter 1 onion, finely chopped 1 bell pepper, finely chopped 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup tomato sauce (or use 1/4 cup tomato paste plus 1/4 cup water, mixed) 2 cups red kidney beans, cooked (canned okay, drain first) 1 teaspoon thyme 2 […]

The 2013 Serious Eats Guide to Grilling Pizza

The 2013 Serious Eats Guide to Grilling Pizza

[Photograph: J. Kenji López-Alt] As I write this post, I’m sitting in the study at my friends home in Belfast, looking out the French windows to his back yard. His dad is busy stoking the flames of a wood-fired stone pizza oven that he built […]