>> Friday, 13 May 2016
When you live in a multi-cultural society like Guyana, your meals are diverse. For example, you could eat an Indian dish for breakfast, Chinese for lunch and Indigenous for dinner. Each meal takes you on a journey around the country. Sunday morning breakfast for us was fried (sautéed) bolanger/baigan (eggplant) with bread. I hated it. Liver & Onions was a favourite in many households; now this is the kind of Sunday morning breakfast I could get behind.