Caribbean-Styled Spicy Fish Balls

Delicious fish appetizer recipe, perfect for a brunch or a quick easy meal

I'm always in the hunt for something quick and easy. As I was searching, I came on this tasty dish from caribbeanpot.com. One of my go-to for island recipes. This recipe is perfect as an appetizer or part on an entrĂ©e. I'm thinking brunch with the girls or an easy Friday night meal. Did I mention the holidays are right around the corner, which means family flying into town and for us island folks that means having a variety of dishes and we love our seafood.

Poisson or fish in Haitian Creole is an island's favorite. Whether is stewed fish, boiled or fried we love it. Which brings me to this Spicy Fish Balls. So what do you need to create this:

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There is something wonderful about outdoor weddings; the whole atmosphere seems to be more magical when you’re surrounded by nature. The sunlight is showering your skin, the light breeze is playing with your hair, and everyone is just enjoying the fresh air while sipping on their drinks.

Or it could be the very opposite of this; the wind can be too strong, messing with food and ornaments on the table, and the sun can go to either one of the extremes – not show itself or give everyone on your guest list unpleasant sunburns. Although outdoor weddings are wonderful, they are a serious risk, and especially if you’re the video editing company in charge of filming it, because it’s your job to make everything look magical no matter the actual situation.

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Breakfast at Tiffany Theme Centerpiece


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I wanted to come up with an elegant party theme and centerpiece that a bride-to-be or special milestone birthday gal can use. I have to admit, although the concept was easy, I mean who doesn't love Audrey Hepburn, but finding the "right" Tiffany Blue was not. I also wanted to incorporate different items to really bring the theme to life, like the iconic bag, glasses, pearls, and diamonds. 

First let me breakdown some of the obstacles and later in the post I will go over how I overcome each of them.

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