Food Photo of the Day: Tangerine Beef with Scallions.

Tangerine Beef with Scallions.

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Steak, shrimp, and bell peppers & a Maori Boil-up.

Awesome sauce.

Finally…

…here’s the cinnamon swirl pecan and oatmeal cookie cake that I baked twice in one week. It goes great with chai tea, hot chocolate, and coffee. Believe me. I’ve tried all three combinations.

These were a lot of fun to make. I added organic blue agave and white chocolate coffee syrup to the last cake. The recipe will be up soon. I hope. 🙂

Bajan Steamed Flying Fish.

Steamed Flying Fish and Coo-Coo by Anne-Marie Whittaker.

As Anne-Marie Whittaker mentions on CaribSeek Recipes, “Steamed Flying Fish and Coo-Coo is the national dish of Barbados. No visit to that island would be complete without a taste of this treat.”

I whole-heartedly agree. Although Bequia and Young Island (two of the many islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines) aren’t exactly Barbadian, I had the pleasure of eating flying fish in both locations. Flying fish is a staple you will find in many dishes throughout the Caribbean.

Food Photo of the Day: High Desert Crab Cakes with Avocado Relish, Roasted Red Pepper Sauce and Lemon Aioli.

High Desert Crab Cakes with Avocado Relish, Roasted Red Pepper Sauce and Lemon Aioli by lemonsandanchovies.

Burger King Jalapeño & Cheddar Stuffed Steakhouse (via Tampa Bay Food Monster)

One of the best burger blogs on the Net, yet!

– Anthony

Burger King Jalapeño & Cheddar Stuffed Steakhouse burgers… an ever-evolving art form. perhaps the most delicious of the arts. certainly more delicious than charcoal drawings. fast food places are constantly throwing out new ideas, different combinations of flavors and ingredients, different methods of delivery. it’s a whole new battleground! (better that than an oatmeal battleground.) so burger king fires off a new burger into the mix, something they’re touting as unique and exciting: the jala … Read More

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Three recipes & Super Bowl recommendations from Epicurious.

It’s a major bummer that I’m unable to share pictures of my latest (and my mom’s) concoctions in the kitchen, those being a three-cheese lasagna, a splendid pot of pork sinigang, and beef, squash and zucchini stew.

However, if you click on the links above, you can read the recipes on those pages and follow the similar steps and ingredients that my mom and I did for providing each meal. Enjoy!

Chefs' Super Bowl Recipes by Epicurious writer Lauren Salkeld.

P.S. For this upcoming Super Bowl, I’ve found some awesome tips and recipes on Epicurious that you may find quite interesting and tantalizing towards your taste buds. You don’t have to be a crazed fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers to truly satisfy your hunger on Sunday, February 6th. So when the time comes and everybody’s watching that pigskin getting tossed around in Texas, eat up!