Japanese Kare (Chicken Curry)

Hurry hurry come for Curry! used to be a annual fundraiser affair run by the Century House Montessori School in the British Virgin islands. Originally from India, this food, Curry, has travelled and loved in many countries, even adopted in some countries (Britain for example) as their comfort food. A mix of many spices, both healthy and heady and with differences in the use of … Continue reading Japanese Kare (Chicken Curry)

Ginger Orange Pork or Chicken Stirfry

My husband and daughter really enjoyed this made-up dish a few weeks back. I promised myself I would post it and of course, am only doing it now. Sorry darling! I used pork in this recipe because it was ‘porky’ day from our usual meat repertoire of beef, chicken, pork. You can also use this recipe and substitute the protein with chicken breasts (sliced or … Continue reading Ginger Orange Pork or Chicken Stirfry

Korean BBQ Sausage Stir-fry

When I made this dish for my family, I didn’t have a name for it. Just something made up with ingredients in the fridge and cupboards. My daughter asked if this was a Korean inspired dish like the Gyeran mari (Korean rolled omelette)? A search on the internet provided us with the name of the dish and that it is a popular lunch box dish. … Continue reading Korean BBQ Sausage Stir-fry

Parsley Roast Chicken

Our Covidmenu typically consists of either chicken, pork or beef as a main meat choice, very seldom seafood. It is fortunate that we can still get fresh meats so can’t complain about the choices just what to do with them. Another experiment that turned out nicely and I got a big ‘thumbs up’ from the brood. The chicken turned out nicely tanned and surprisingly moist. Continue reading Parsley Roast Chicken