How to prepare Soursop Leaf Tea: 

Add 1litre of cold water to a pot (preferably spring or distilled water)
Bring water to a boil
Once the water is boiling add 7-10 leaves to the pot and reduce heat
Cover pot and let simmer for 10 – 15 minutes
Turn off the heat, let steep until cool enough to drink
Strain the leaves so you are left with just the tea
Pour into your teacup and enjoy
Remaining tea can be stored in a sealable glass jar in the fridge for later use, this can either be enjoyed cold as an iced tea or reheated.  


Benefits of Soursop Leaves


  • The leaves are known for boosting your immune health.

  • Known for killing cancer cells.

  • It helps to lower your blood sugar.

  • Soursop leaves helps to fights inflammation.

  • It boosts sperm count, sperm quality and it also promotes production

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Detoxification of the body comes with many advantages. It removes impurities from your blood, and cleanse you from the harmful toxins in your body. In the past years, many persons have found new ways of cleansing and detoxing their body from impurities and toxic substances. Chef Ricardo is one of the few persons who have had a great success in enhancing these recipes. He is specialized in having many different types of detoxing, cleansing and weight loss recipes.

These methods created have been proved by many that it works. From the most acidulated of ingredients to the most saccharine of ingredients, you can create the best masterpiece for detoxing. If you are looking for some great recipes for detoxing, cleansing and the loss of weight, well this book is sure to give you all the answers you need.

It’s that time of year again where climate changes occur. This affects the social and environmental determinants of health – clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food and secure shelter. During these drastic times, we are yet forced to be very careful when it comes down to our health and wellbeing.

So let us all stay safe together and continue to be the best versions of ourselves!


It’s beginning to be the most beautiful time of the year-the excitement, this amazing mood in the atmosphere! It’s time for puddings and cakes I’m sure. But we’ll becooking our Christmas dishes with Chef Ricardo! Hey it’s Christmas time and although a lot has happened in this year, let us make the festivities and celebrations a time to remember, to reflect and create merry memories.

We wish you happy holidays!!!


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A garlic press (also known as a garlic crusher in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom), is a kitchen utensil to crush garlic cloves efficiently by forcing them through a grid of small holes, usually with some type of piston. Many garlic presses also have a device with a matching grid of blunt pins to clean out the holes.

Garlic presses present a convenient alternative to mincing garlic with a knife, especially because a clove of garlic can be passed through a sturdy press without even removing its peel. The peel remains in the press while the garlic is extruded out. Some sources  also claim that pressing with the peel on makes cleaning the press easier.

Garlic crushed by a press is generally believed to have a different flavour from minced garlic, more of garlic's strong flavour compounds are liberated. A few sources prefer the flavour of pressed garlic. Raw-foods chef Renée Underkoffler says "a good garlic press makes dealing with garlic a clean pleasure. Pressed garlic has a lighter, more delicate flavour than minced garlic because it excludes the bitter centre stem."

The Caribbean Cuisine Cookbook includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavours, spices and ingredients from the indigenous people of the Caribbean islands. Caribbean cooking is strongly influenced by the Spanish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese, who have inhabited the island since the beginning of time. The above diverse cultural influence is still prominent in Caribbean dishes today. Popular Caribbean dishes include Curry Goat, Friend Dumplings, Ackee and Salt Fish (cod) which is the national dish of Jamaica, Fried Plantain, Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Steamed Cabbage, Rice and Peas and a wide variety of seafood dishes. Jamaican patties and various parties and breads are also popular as well as fruit beverages and the famous Jamaican rum.



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Benefits of Sweet Potatoes: 

  • It is a great source of fibber, vitamins and minerals.

  • The fibber's in sweet potatoes are advantageous to gut health.

  • It enhances brain functioning.

  • It supports your immune system.

  • It helps to reduce the risk of cancer.

  • It helps to manage type-2 diabetes.

  • They also helps to support your vision.   


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Climate change is the changing of the weather, a significant variation of average weather conditions. A variety of factors, both human and natural can influence the earth’s climate system. Things that influences this change includes the sun’s intensity , volcanic eruptions or even the gas concentrations.

There are yet some benefits to having climate change. The energy consumption decreases due to a warmer climate, and it also helps us to prepare and predict how much rain, or even snow might come along.

In this climate changing times, we are in the field of catching a simple cold or even flu.It is best to stay warm, and be very much aware of your environment.Stay safe, stay warm and cozy,andenjoy the holidays.

-Chef Ricardo

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The Jamaican Flag was unfurled and hoisted for the first time at the dramatic hour of midnight on August 5, 1962 as the Brittish flag was being lowered, signalingthe dawn of Jamaica’s independence.

Following a flag design competition, in 1961, which had failed to have a winning model, a bipartisan community of the Jamaican Flag in time for Independence Day Celebrations on August 6, 1962.

The emblem has a diagonal cross with four triangles in juxtaposition. The cross in Gold and the width of each of its bends (arms) is one-sixth of the length of the fly of the flag. The top and bottom triangles are both Green , while the triangles on both sides are Black .


Caribbean Cuisine

During the 16th century, the Spanish colonized the island of Jamaica. The land belonged to the Arawak Indians who were indigenous and who simply just lived on the land. They survived mainly on sort of fish, fruits and vegetables that were grown here.

With the advent of the Spanish coming they brought a lot of foods with them, and preparation ideas. This went along for some time until the British came along and battled with the Spanish. They won supremacy over the island and became overlords. With that they brought slavery and especially the people from West Africa. The people from West Africa brought along different foods: the yams, theackee (Jamaica’s past and present National Dish), sugar cane, which then of course they then had to labour in the fields because the market was the biggest in the world. Sugar Cane was on the market because of the benefits it gives.

As time passes, more people were introduced to the country, including the Indians and the Chinese who brought the rice and chowmein, and their own style of cooking ; but done in a Jamaican fashion.

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