[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”JAJerkChicken”] Following up on yesterdays post about the Kiln and Kitchen workshop in Jamaica– here are the chicken pics. You can see the Yabba pot for the rice and peas behind the kettle grill–both being prepared for cooking. I like to marinate the jerk chicken (or pork) in the jerk paste for at least… View Article
[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”JARiceAndPeas”] A couple of years ago before getting so busy making Mad Hungry, I spent a week teaching at a work shop called The Kiln and The Kitchen at Good Hope in Trelawny, Jamaica. My childhood friend David Pinto, a potter who works up there invited me to collaborate with him in teaching… View Article
If you’re looking for something uplifting and easy to make then check out this quick coconut bread with pineapple jam. Make both recipes in no time from http://www.amazon.com/Lucindas-Authentic-Jamaican-Kitchen-Lucinda/dp/0471749354. Slice, toast and smear with butter and jam. OMG-a little bit of sunshine goes a long way!
Mike Sheldon asked for this Curry Chicken recipe from the December 12th post. It comes from the above book and is a simple West Indian version of the dish NOT a traditional East Indian version in which the spices would be individually mixed depending on the style/region of is origin. Curry Chicken 6 pounds chicken,… View Article
pics rephotographed from Quentin BaconMy friend Jimmy called earlier asking for a Jamaican curry chicken recipe which sent me to my second book pictured here. It also reminded me of this great vegetarian pumpkin curry recipe which I use to make all the time. This is the time of the year in these parts of… View Article
The Kiln and The Kitchen workshop: Good Hope, JAThe Jerk Pit at Scotchie’s Teaching and cooking in Jamaica last year was fun AND hot (in all senses of the word)! Why Jamaica? Just because I love it. From this little dot in the middle of the ocean comes many, many riches: music, architecture, literature, a… View Article