In this bonus issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine, the sticky flesh, heady perfumes, vibrant colours and bizzare shapes common among plant life in Jamaica’s tropical zone is celebrated.
“Food styling photography isn’t just about taking a delicious image; it’s a way to tell a story about tastes, seasons, and aesthetics.” In this course, noted food photographer Diana Muresan will teach you how to craft a food story through images that are unique, intimate, and meaningful.
Many cuisines have standby spice mixtures that are added to many foods as they cook. The lure of the “exotic” cuisine of the Caribbean in general, and Jamaica in particular, has popularized products from the region as more home cooks begin experimenting with some of the island’s popular dishes.
Black Creek Community Farm serves to enrich their community through a thriving farm, healthy food, hands-on training and learning experiences. Watch as we share a day of good food and fun on a brisk day at the farm. Leticia Deawuo, Director, demonstrates how to make a classic sweet Canadian treat that is Maple Syrup Snow Candy.
Cooking Green Goodness Magazine attended Maple Syrup Day at Black Creek Community Farm. Watch as we share a day of good food and fun on a brisk day at the farm. Connor Allaby, Assistant Market Garden Manager, guides us through the process to make that pure golden “tree juice” that is Canadian Maple Syrup.