Cookin' on Curaçao

Leaning to cook Caribbean-style with the Curaçao cooking classes offered by Angelique in Angela's Kitchen

The thing you have to remember about Madame Jeanette peppers (we call them scotch bonnets) is that, after dicing them, your fingers remain radioactive for a good 36 hours or more.

It doesn't matter how many times you wash your hands. It doesn't matter if you slather them with lotion. If you wake up the next morning and absentmindedly rub the sleep from your eyes,


Posted 7 April 2006

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