Cheddar, bacon, mozzarella toasties.

I made these this morning:

They’re really easy to make. Chop some bacon. Fry it. Set aside some sliced bread. Sprinkle the fried bacon bits on the bread. Layer cheddar cheese and mozzarella on the bacon and toss in the oven until everything’s melted and toasty.

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Changes.

Aunts, uncle, cousins...

Hey, everyone. My apologies for the lack of written content these past few days. I’m in the process of changing careers, getting new glasses, having a more optimistic outlook on life, and working hard on pursuing better goals this year.

Food will always be high on my list of priorities because you all know this boy has got to eat. But most importantly, 2010 really revealed to me that the value of laughter and family, especially during these trying times, is critical in maintaining one’s sanity and composure. 😉

In a way, you could also say that cooking kind of saved me a little.

As this week draws to a close, I’m going to work on establishing another food blog that will embrace the love of cooking complete with interviews, video, and recipes, lol. Goodies from the Grenadines will return to its original purpose of focusing on Caribbean culture, cuisine, and hopefully the daily ongoings of the bakery that my hard-working cousin and her husband own and manage in Kingstown, SVG.

With that said, here’s to looking forward to the kind of change that gets us back on track to the road to success and happy stomachs.

This was yesterday’s breakfast. 🙂

Breakfast with the Case.

Just another gallery of goodies:

Share the Love!

My friend John sent me this amazing picture of his breakfast from yesterday. Being the food freak that I am, I had to post it. You can visit his politically-centered blog here at: The American Exceptionalist.

Omelete

Turkey, spinach, and cheese omelete with sour cream.

Thanks, John!

Papaya Tree.

About a year ago, my cousin Janice planted a young papaya tree out in the front. Here’s a picture of that same tree bearing fruit. Hope you like this Ja!

Papaya tree

Janice Doncillo's papaya tree.