Loved this website! Can you please post about the best way to cook banana fritters please!! Congrats on a really neat website!
Hello Latina1970! Stay tuned! I will test a few banana fritters recipes and share them with you! 🙂
I love the website!
Glad Chris shared so I could find your blog! Luv it!!
Thank you, Renz!! It makes me smile when folks find and enjoy the blog! Just sharing my passion, and enjoying meeting like minded folks like you who love Caribbean sunshine flavors! 🙂
My website is currently under construction. I currently live in North Carolina, however a native
Crucian. You are the Contessa and I am the Queen 🙂 I came across your blog and is loving it.
I wanted to know where can I find a Aebleskivers pan? I have started a catering company here
and really enjoy your take on the freshness of ingredients. Is there anyone on the Island who
harvests and ships our Island fruits, etc??? Your help would be appreciated in trying to keep our
culture alive and well in the Mountains. We are on Facebook:CrucianYumCatering,LLC and you can follow us on Twitter @crucianyum. Thanks!
Hello Queen CrucianYum! 🙂 So glad to know that there are Crucians doing wonderful things in the kitchen all across the country!! I purchased my aebelskiver pan on Amazon.com. I prefer cast iron so I chose one I knew was made of a solid build. But there are tons of different types for different types of stovetops. Take a look and see which one you think will work best for you! If you do make any, please post some pictures on the FB site! I would love to see how it turned out for you! 🙂
hi cuz love this web page
can you post a recipe for ducona (sweet potatoe dumplins from antiqua)
Thanks, Michael!! I’ll have to work on that one, Michael! It is on the list! 🙂
Intrigued by your fascinating website but did not have much time to spend. I was searching for Aebleskiver recipes to use in my 10 year old cast iron pan also bought from Amazon. I liked your recipe as it used both yeast and sour cream as my mother did for her recipes (she was born in Slovakia in 1900) however you did not indicate amount for the sour cream. Please advise.
Maryanne, my apologies!! It is only 1 Tablespoon of Sour Cream. It makes such a difference in texture. Please let me know how it comes out, and if you enjoyed it! 🙂
I would love to get a recipe for Crucian Callaloo. My grandmother used to make it , and I haven’t cooked it in Years, so I am requesting it. Thanks for all the recipes on your website. Hope to hear from you.
Hello Lori! Kallaloo. Real Kallaloo is a two day affair! Picking the right bush(es) and then preparing the soup itself. I have TWO friends of mine who keep promising to help me put it together. It’s just a matter of us finding the time. I will definitely keep it on my list of recipes to put together! Keep an eye out for it! And in the meantime keep sharing your thoughts and the blog! It is a labor of love. 🙂
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