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Karl’s Orange and Baby Greens Salad with Cuban Vinaigrette

I am making Cuban Picadillo for dinner on Sunday, but I had difficulty finding any Cuban green vegetable side dishes. I needed to make more of my… 531 more words


Now that the rain finally stopped...

I have some time to inspect the garden without my swim gear :P. See the updated pics below!

Pineapples, grapes, artichokes and garlic are still doing great, just nothing visually new to share yet. 75 more words


Spicy Southwestern Slow Cooker Chicken

So first of all, who doesn’t love their Crock-Pot? I know its amazing for busy moms, but its also perfect for a single gal like me. 319 more words



I am a frequent visitor to Culantro over on King William Street. I cannot get enough of the quinoa stuffed croquettes! I could make this whole post about the croquettes, but there is so much more offered at this cookery. 342 more words


What is Culantro?

You say “cilantro.” I say “culantro.” I discovered this interesting herb on a recent trip to my local farmer’s market. Native to Mexico and South America, culantro belongs in a league of its own. 199 more words

San Diego

The Final SB Days

(Yansaladup, San Blas, Panama)

We finally set a date to depart the amazing San Blas Islands. Not today – a Friday and notoriously known as bad luck to begin any passage – but tomorrow. 265 more words

Lagoon 410

The Goddess of Green Dressing

Cilantro, culantro in Spanish (also known as coriander, and Chinese parsley) is packed with health benefits. Consuming 1/4 cup gives you 2% daily value of vitamin C, 5% vitamin A, along with folate, potassium, manganese and choline and is said to somehow pull lead and other heavy metals out of the blood thus cleansing it. 52 more words