Sweet and Sour Thai Shrimp

This is a quick stir-fry recipe which takes on the character of a stew with a satisfying broth at the end. As long as you chop all your vegetables the night before it only takes 10 minutes to cook the following day.

This is nothing like a Chinese sweet and sour recipe. The aromatic kaffir leaves and coconut milk  give this dish an authentic Thai flavour. That said, Kaffir leaves are a

Handmade and Home Grown (and another Giveaway!)

Entrepreneur Stefan Grosberg puts a Trinidadian spin on an Italian classic with his Shadon beni (chardon béni) pesto. I love that he uses local flavours in new and extraordinary ways. Even better the farm to table approach of growing herbs which go into his amazing line of pestos is why I am here at 6:00 am on a Sunday morning tramping through his beautiful garden with my camera.

Lightroom 3 Giveaway Winner

A hearty thank you to everyone who participated in the Lightroom 3 Giveaway.  The randomly selected winner is SG Congratulations. Please reply to the email that I sent you with your mailing address. For the rest of you I already have another giveaway in the works, so check back soon!