I'm a photographer who loves to cook and experiment with ingredients.
You could make Jerk chicken wings:
Doubles are always a huge hit. Its a Trinidadian staple and fairly easy to do: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2011/03/07/trinidadian-doubles/
Mango, Pineapple Salsa with Banana Peppers and Fresh Ginger: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2011/03/09/mango-pineapple-salsa-with-banana-peppers-and-fresh-ginger/
Coconut Scotch Bonnet Coleslaw: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2011/03/08/coconut-scotch-bonnet-coleslaw/
Tropical Fruit Tacos for dessert: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2012/04/30/fruit-tacos-with-chocolate-tortillas/
Guava Hibiscus soda for a non alcoholic beverage choice: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2011/02/28/guava-hibiscus-soda/
Sounds like a fun party! Hope these suggestions help.
My mum lives far away so I made her a jar of pineapple quince jam for mother's day. We'll enjoy brunch over skype eating fresh baked bread covered in this jam.
Almost forgot, I'm also making Fried Cactus Tacos with an Avocado Cream Sauce:
I'm celebrating Cinco de Mayo with:
Baked cactus fries with an avocado dipping sauce: http://www.munchinwithmunchkin.com/2012/05/03/cactus-fries-with-avocado-dipping-sauce/
Tamale Stuffed Peppers:
Fruit Tacos with Chocolate Tortillas:
I made some meyer lemon squares that would be perfect for tea time. They are vegan, gluten free, and healthy so almost anyone can enjoy one with their afternoon tea.
A Dutch oven is a camping necessity! I love making mac and cheese on a fire because it gets a smoky flavour you could never mimic at home. And nothing beats a smoky cheesy dinner after a long day of hiking in the woods!
Here's my recipe: http://munchinwithmunchkin.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/camping-macaroni-and-cheese/
Love the combination of France and Quebec!
I love these!! They're always a staple at Christmas and Thanksgiving in my family! YUM