Getting an invitation to attend a Caribbean breakfast or brunch is the invitation to a special experience! Caribbean breakfast foods are very special because they are meals that are also served at lunch and dinner. They are large meals that contain all the major food groups complimented with fresh herbs and spices and medley of several tropical fruits.
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As Easter Sunday approaches, Caribbean chefs and cooks are actively planning their Easter Dinner menus. They, as usual, will buy the freshest ingredients for their dishes. Their families and guests must be treated to the best foods as it’s a time to share with both family and friends so a feast will be set so that everyone will be fed so a good time can be had by all.
The World’s Best Rums for 2016 were recently announced and shockingly no Caribbean rum made the winners’ list. The best rum for 2016, just announced last week by The 2016 World Rum Awards, went to an Australian company you may not have heard of. Bundaberg Rum Master Distillers’ Collection – Blenders Edition 2015 was named “World’s Best Rum 2016.” It is produced by the Bundaberg Distilling Company and has a “polished oak notes, rich fruit cake and treacle aromas.”
Who does not love cornmeal, the secret super food? Cornmeal, like rice, is the ubiquitous staple that is found in pantries and kitchen cupboards not only in the Caribbean, but all over the Americas and Europe. It is made from ground-dried corn and available in fine, medium and coarse consistencies. Finely ground cornmeal is also referred to as corn flour. In the United Kingdom, the word corn flour denotes cornstarch. In Europe, cornmeal is known as polenta, and finely ground corn flour for making bread or tortillas is known as maize flour.