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Preview: The Cooking Diva Blog: Original Tropical Creations by Chef Melissa De Leon

The Cooking Diva Blog: Original Tropical Creations by Chef Melissa De Leon

Meet Chef Melissa, the Panamanian cooking diva!

Updated: 2008-12-09T19:25:51-05:00


From the Tropics: Growing Peppers and How to Prepare Hot Sauce!


***Click on image to enlarge!*** As chef, culinary educator and a believer in non-toxic agriculture, I develop my garden as a lab for freshly delicious, seasonal cooking, becoming one of my greatest joys. A friend told me not too long...

From Venezuela with Love: Empanadas de Ropa Vieja


Love hurts when you have to leave. It really does, it is more like dreaming about the minutes spent there. The time inhaling the breeze, the breeze inhaling sunset, sometimes sunshine. Sometimes it goes through a sieve and leaves only...

After the Storm: What's UP in Boquete (Chiriquí, Panamá)


Boquete is back on track and the town wants to put the spotlight where it belongs: on its beauty and its people BOQUETE, PANAMA: Boquete was in the spotlight this past week, not for its natural beauty, award-winning coffee and...

From Aruba Today: Celebrity Chef at Cuba's Cookin'


This article was published today Saturday, November 22, 2008 in the "Aruba Today" newspaper. It will be available in their online edition by tomorrow. I will update the link then. Thank you for your hospitality! Chef Melissa

Tropical Adventures in Aruba: Bushi or Turk's Cap Cactus


Today is a beautiful tropical day in Aruba, and to enjoy it at its best, we decided to take a walking tour in the old "aloe vera" field. It was oh-so-green! the trails were filled with an array of different...