Posts Tagged: Kim Duits

737. Passover Charoset and Bolo Pretu (Bride’s Fruit Cake)

Last week I found myself making a Passover favorite, Garosa (Charoset), just like my mama and her mama and her mama and her mama before her. Meant to symbolize the sticky-and-strong mortar Hebrew slaves used to build clay bricks in Egypt

737. Passover Charoset and Bolo Pretu (Bride’s Fruit Cake)

Last week I found myself making a Passover favorite, Garosa (Charoset), just like my mama and her mama and her mama and her mama before her. Meant to symbolize the sticky-and-strong mortar Hebrew slaves used to build clay bricks in Egypt

841. “Six to Eight” Colorful Men and Women

Little hearts beat a little faster between mid-November and early December, fascinated but also a little scared, as Sanikolas and his Petes (helpers) dock their big steam ship (all the way from Spain!) in our Saint Anna Bay. Children keep

841. “Six to Eight” Colorful Men and Women

Little hearts beat a little faster between mid-November and early December, fascinated but also a little scared, as Sanikolas and his Petes (helpers) dock their big steam ship (all the way from Spain!) in our Saint Anna Bay. Children keep

861. 12 Awesome Things About Williwood

Home to unspoiled spectacular nature (flamingos!), colorful plantation houses (Landhuis Jan Kok, Landhuis Daniel), picturesque cove beaches with amazing underwater experiences (Playa PortoMari, Playa Daaibooi, Cas Abou Beach), the spectacular St. Willibrordus Church, a soccer field, a shady windblown cactus

861. 12 Awesome Things About Williwood

Home to unspoiled spectacular nature (flamingos!), colorful plantation houses (Landhuis Jan Kok, Landhuis Daniel), picturesque cove beaches with amazing underwater experiences (Playa PortoMari, Playa Daaibooi, Cas Abou Beach), the spectacular St. Willibrordus Church, a soccer field, a shady windblown cactus

930. Can’t forget Pika!

Sprinkle or drizzle pika on your steak, chicken or fish, funchi, french fries and fried prawns (krupuk) No criollo meal is complete without pika di sibojo (pickled onions)! Ingredients for 2 cups of pika: 1 large red onion, thinly chopped

930. Can’t forget Pika!

Sprinkle or drizzle pika on your steak, chicken or fish, funchi, french fries and fried prawns (krupuk) No criollo meal is complete without pika di sibojo (pickled onions)! Ingredients for 2 cups of pika: 1 large red onion, thinly chopped

962. “Bati Bleki”. We love to pound on cans!

Bati Bleki in Papiamentu means “pounding on cans” in the literal sense, “gossiping” in the figurative. (We love doing both!)

962. “Bati Bleki”. We love to pound on cans!

Bati Bleki in Papiamentu means “pounding on cans” in the literal sense, “gossiping” in the figurative. (We love doing both!)

983. Watch Out Hollywood!

Home to unspoiled spectacular nature (flamingos!), colorful plantation houses (Landhuis Jan Kok, Landhuis Daniel), picturesque cove beaches with amazing underwater experiences (Playa PortoMari, Playa Daaibooi, Cas Abou Beach), the spectacular St. Willibrordus Church, a soccer field, a shady windblown cactus tree…

983. Watch Out Hollywood!

Home to unspoiled spectacular nature (flamingos!), colorful plantation houses (Landhuis Jan Kok, Landhuis Daniel), picturesque cove beaches with amazing underwater experiences (Playa PortoMari, Playa Daaibooi, Cas Abou Beach), the spectacular St. Willibrordus Church, a soccer field, a shady windblown cactus tree…