Author: Mary Ostlund

Papaya onion cucumber salad

EZ to make-Caribbean Red papaya, onion, and cucumber salad, so easy to enjoy. ...

Put a “ring” on it

Put a papaya ring on it. A Caribbean Red  papaya is big, big enough to cut across its center to create a ring that can hold...

Early morning stars

Take out that star-shaped cookie cutter and fry an egg in it. Then use it to cut a star shape out of a piece of...

Caribbean Thai pancake

The kids want pancakes, and you know you shouldn't. So make the kids their breakfast knowing they're the ones slurping up the syrup while you're...

Honey papayas

Caribbean Reds are versatile. They can be topped with a savory or sweet sauce, or the papayas themselves can act as the topping. Honey papayas...

Uniq Fruit and Walnuts with a Uniq dressing

I usually shy away from recipes that require reducing a liquid over the stove. But with Uniq Fruit, it doesn't require a lot of watching,...

Boiled yuca

Yuca is the Caribbean's favorite potato. Living in Miami, you can be (if you are lucky) the recipient of a Cuban family's favorite recipe like...

Ginger’s bruschetta

Tomatoes and ginger are a fantastic duo - and no place better to test this than a festive bruschetta. And yes, there's no garlic. It's...

Honey Broiled Uniq Fruit

Try this as a really sweet breakfast treat or as a healthy dessert. Either way, you're going to love it. ...

Consciously passionate guava couscous

Couscous and red guava paste are perfect together. Add guava slices and passionfruit for some crunch. ...