Fresh dressings for your fresh salads
Grapefruit is a very fundamental flavor profile of Caribbean cuisine. We are offering a great dressing that complements your salads that is not taking away but is adding a layer of tropical flavor.
Our Peanut Dressing is a unique product that will make your dish taste completely different and elevate your summer combination.
Spicy or Mild Marinades?
The question is, are you a spicy or a mild personality?
There’s no right or wrong answer; it is essential to use our marinades to complement your meat, fish, pork, and chicken dishes. Use it in a vegetables, soups to get the flavor of Haitian cuisine.
What is Mojo?
Mojo is commonly used to marinate all kinds of meat, fish, and pork. It's a fantastic addition to add in a dip and guacamole or spread on fresh bread rolls at the beginning of a creole-flavored meal.
Try it; you want to regret it.
Dry Spices done right!
Our dry spice is made fresh with fresh vegetables and herbs then dehydrated. Add a little spice to your life. It will create savory, flavorful dishes. It holds a rich, piquant spicy, robust hot flavor.
Discover our ingredients in Creole
I am not useful in the kitchen, so I’m always trying to look for things that can help spice my dishes. I need to give it a Caribbean twist so my kids know their heritage. It’s not easy to finely make marinades and paste unless you go to the market. It became challenging for me this past year. This is a great alternative that is fresh and flavorful.
The Rosemary Paste will not disappoint! The flavors are rich and full but not overpowering. I used the Rosemary paste to season my chicken legs for dinner and the result was a delicious meal that even the kids loved which is a win in our family!
This Peanut dressing is so good with bold flavors! Simply put, it's another winner in my book. I used it as a dressing for a salad but will be finding other ways to incorporate it into other meals. My hats off to the chef!
A Chef Culinarian who spent time studying under various chefs in the US & France.
Vanessa grew up in a family where good food was expected and appreciated. Big and small events were always the perfect opportunity to enjoy authentic and flavorful Caribbean dishes with a French flair.
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Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti she had the privilege of learning from her grandma and mother who were excellent in the kitchen. She also would spend many hours helping her caregiver who would let her mix the seasonings from time to time.
Vanessa graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management/Culinary Arts in NYC.
For many years she worked in the catering & restaurant industry.
After moving to Florida, she decided to focus on her passion to create authentic experiences in the kitchen.