Easy Seafood Casserole Recipe from Lea & Perrins Recipe Booklet

Adapted from a recipe that was given by Chef Jill Sandique’s close family friend, Tita Betty Chicote-Garcia, this dish is simple, fast and easy to make. Absolutely divine!

Easy Seafood Casserole Recipe
Easy Seafood Casserole Recipe

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 to 15 minutes

Serves 6 – 8 (more…)

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Tita Judy’s Hot Crab Dip Recipe from Lea & Perrins Recipe Booklet

It was Chef Jill Sandique’s youngest Aunt recipe. Her Hot Crab Dip version calls for 2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar cheese, which is sometimes difficult to find in the supermarkets. As an option, you can combine local cheddar and Edam cheese or queso de bola.

Hot Crab Dip Recipe
Hot Crab Dip Recipe

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking/Baking Time: 20-25 minutes

Serves 10 – 12 (more…)

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“My Family Treasures” Recipe Booklet from Celebrity Chef Jill Sandique

Foremost culinary genius Chef Jill Sandique has plenty of memories growing up in a household that loves good food and cooking. She would venture into the kitchen as a small child doing small chores while her mother, Dr. Lita Fran Sandique prepared the family meal.


Free Recipe Booklet from Lea & Perrins

One ingredient she distinctly remembers is Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce, a staple in the Sandique household. As a 5-year old, she was tasked to gently mix together ketchup and about a teaspoon of Lea & Perrins. The resulting dip is something she knew tasted very good. Lea & Perrins became such a favorite condiment that Chef Jill even brought a small bottle to her 3rd grade Christmas party. (more…)

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Blueberry and Peach Torte Recipe from Chef Jill Sandique

Its been a while since the last time I attended a cooking demo / class due to my super busy schedule:( Good thing, Ryan invited me yesterday with other bloggers to join a cooking demo at The Maya Kitchen Cooking Demo with Chef Jill Andique.

Chef Jill Sandique at the Maya Kitchen
Chef Jill Sandique at the Maya Kitchen

I arrived quite early (as usual) and I was happy to meet some of the local food writers and as well as the participants in the cooking demo. Heres the fun part, almost half of the participants are actually celebrating their friends “Bridal Shower”. Yes in a cooking class!! Cool Isn’t it? (more…)

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