Spatchcocking involves splitting the chicken by removing the backbone so you can flatten it, resulting in crispier skin and even, quicker cooking.

In the Caribbean we do not have the opportunity to celebrate the turning of the leaves, but we can enjoy some satisfying fall bounty supper

Make entertaining easy. Prepare these delicious recipes ahead of time, be ready when your friends and family arrive.  

Did you know that drinking hot drinks and eating hot foods is actually proven to cool you down!

Does boiling vegetables, like carrots, take the nutrition out? Answer: Carrots, actually, are one of those vegetables that nutritionally benefit from cooking

Less time in the galley and more on deck! Meals should be easy and look great. Eat with our eyes, your nose and then your mouth; enjoy!

Spring officially starts in March, but April is when warmer weather starts. It is good to celebrate with colorful dishes of seafood and fresh vegetables.

When you have a plethora of fresh herbs, it is wonderful to use them and try them out on new recipes.

I like to use seasonal produce and the winter season has some super veggies to make satisfying meals

Have a steak with a difference! The cabbage steak can accompany more vegetables like, or any meat or poultry dishes.

One of the perks of hosting Christmas dinner is looking forward to dishes made with your leftover turkey. In the recipes below you can just omit the Turkey, if you prefer to eat vegan!

Choosing beans over meat could help fight climate change. Beans are packed with fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals, and complex carbs

Taking part in a 3-week gut cleanse, with Dr. Elena Maganto. The cleanse has nutritional tips/recipes. Here's a few from the cleanse with mods

What can I say - I love to eat, cook, entertain, take photos, and exercise; especially now, with all this ‘staying home’! 

To help increase the body’s immune system, it is important to eat a healthy diet. Here are few foods that you can easily add into your everyday meals

July marks the season for summer barbecues and parties. My advice is … eat a healthy snack (preferably with protein and fiber) before going

Joyous June - which means that summer is definitely here. Great summer salads with produce growing in your gardens or purchased at the farmers market.

While writing this, me, like most of us are “quarantined”. This is a challenging time for everyone as we all navigate our way through the Coronavirus crisis.

Get ready to use cauliflower! It’s no secret that cauliflower is good for you. It is packed with vitamins and antioxidants