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How to grill steaks for a crowd so each is made to order and done at the exact same time

Make No Mis-Steak – Grilling Perfectly Cooked Steaks to Order

How to grill steaks for a crowd so each is made to order and done at the exact same time

Tired of making the same old desserts, cakes, pies and cookies? No? Anyways just read on.Try this Caribbean dessert to wow your friends and family. If you have 2 and a half hours in your life and a…

Perfection in a Parcel: Conkies, a Tutorial

Tired of making the same old desserts, cakes, pies and cookies? No? Anyways just read on.Try this Caribbean dessert to wow your friends and family. If you have 2 and a half hours in your life and a…

Duckunoo or duckanoo, also referred to as tie-a-leaf and blue drawers (draws), is a Jamaican cuisine dessert made from cornmeal, coconut, spices and brown sugar, tied up in a banana leaf. It is cooked in boiling water.  Duckunoo is believed to have been brought to the island by Africans as there is a similar item, dokonu, eaten in Ghana.

Duckunoo or duckanoo, also referred to as tie-a-leaf and blue drawers (draws), is a Jamaican cuisine dessert made from cornmeal, coconut, spices and brown sugar, tied up in a banana leaf. It is cooked in boiling water. Duckunoo is believed to have been brought to the island by Africans as there is a similar item, dokonu, eaten in Ghana.

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