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Chicken Souse

Sample the flavours of the Turks and Caicos Islands with this traditional chicken souse recipe. Home cooking can mean different things for different people when it comes down to the actual food being prepared. No matter the particular food though, the feeling we all get when we sit down with a plate of some home cooking is virtually the same. It’s a heartwarming and joyous feeling. And I know I’m not the only one who starts to reminisce about watching your grandmother or aunt prepare a special meal; or better yet sneaking a little bite when no one is looking. In the last 5 years while studying abroad at university I wasn’t able to have all of the home cooked food that I had grown to know and love as a kid. And that was mainly because I didn’t always have the time or energy to stand in the kitchen for what felt like forever to prepare a mean for one. And that is why stir fry became my go to dinners as a student;…

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Egg Muffins

Hi and welcome to Nibbling at Dawn! I am oh so pleased that you are joining me as I launch my food blog to bring you all exciting, delicious and fun recipes. This first recipe post is for one of my ‘busy-working-girl’ favourites, delicious breakfast egg muffins. These muffins take a bit of preparation but are seriously worth it in the end. They are filled with great nutrients such as calcium, protein and vitamin A; and on a weekday morning when you are in a rush they are quite convenient to have on hand for breakfast. These muffins can be stored in the refrigerator; I recommend eating them within 10 days. I typically place two muffins in the oven in the morning for 5 minutes which warms them to perfection. They are an easy to eat meal while preparing for work in the mornings. They can also be warmed in the microwave and are perfect on their own or with toast or crumpets topped with your favourite jam. Enjoy the Nibbling!   Save Print Prep…

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