Bahamian Boiled Fish is a popular meal on Sundays, as well as on Christmas and Easter, in the Bahamas. But, thanks to my easy recipe, busy families can enjoy it any day of the year.
20-Minute Fish Provencal Soup
If you’ve read any of the travel posts that I wrote about my family’s time in Greece, you already know I’m a fan of UNESCO World Heritage Sites that have cultural or historical significance. Visiting them provides a snapshot into the lives, culture and contributions of former–and sometimes even the current–residents of a given area. This is one of reasons I want to visit France so much. This popular country is home to a few dozen of these sites! My hubby took a two-week trip with his college to France back in the 80s. But, our girls and I have never been there. So, we periodically make our pitch to…
15-Minute Belizean Fish Sere Bowl
I always treasure conversations about food with friends from other countries. I find it exciting to learn why certain meats, produce, spices and cooking methods are used in various countries. It’s also fascinating to hear about the similarities and differences between identical foods that are raised or grown in different countries. For example, it’s been years since I chatted with a dear family friend from Belize about the produce grown in her homeland. But, I still remember how passionate she was when describing how much better bananas taste in the little Caribbean country that she once called home than they taste here in the United States. In fact, by the…