It’s early in the new year and times can be a bit cool. What better way to stay warm than to have some soup? Caribbean Today offers this recipe of split pea soup and watercress with mustard dressing, courtesy of Publix Apron’s Simple Meals.
Two of the Caribbean’s favorite meals have become popular with residents and are forming part of the country’s identity, while becoming an essential experience for visitors. Those are among the reasons Jamaica’s ackee and saltfish, plus coo coo and flying fish from Barbados, were selected second and third, respectively, on National Geographic’s Top 10 list of national dishes.
Enjoy Authentic Exotic Drinks Made Famous at Tropical Beach Bars and Historic Island Hotels—Each with Its Own Story to Tell Bahama Breeze Island Grille, the island-inspired casual dining restaurant that reflects the feeling of a Caribbean escape, announces its new premium list of tropical drinks, “Legendary Island Cocktails.” With its rich history in island lore, Bahama Breeze has traveled the tropics to discover iconic and unique drinks and bring them to our restaurants across the country.
Port of Spain, Trinidad – June 26, 2012 – As part of continued efforts to solidify Trinidad & Tobago as the premier destination for epicurean travelers to the Caribbean, the culinary team from the sister-islands once again proved to have the "golden touch" by winning their sixth consecutive team gold medal at the Taste of the Caribbean culinary competition, held June 20-24, 2012. Led by team-captain Raymond Joseph, the squad won gold for the team, Chef of the Year, Devon Joseph, Junior Chef of the Year, Isaiah Connell and Bartender, Daniyel Jones. Organized by the Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants and Tourism Association (THRTA) as a member of the Caribbean Hotel Tourism Association, the five-day competition, which took place at the Hyatt Regency Miami hotel, featured 11 regional teams that included Anguilla, Bahamas, Barbados, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Curaçao, Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia and United States Virgin Islands. Each team prepared and presented food and drink that were judged on taste, execution of skills and presentation.
Miami Dade College's acclaimed rooftop restaurant, Tuyo, will take part in Miami Spice — a mouth-watering restaurant promotion showcasing the very best of Miami cuisine. During August and September, Miami’s top restaurants offer specially-priced, three-course meals featuring signature dishes created by world-renowned chefs for Miami Spice. Chef Norman Van Aken has assembled a delicious collection of tantalizing dishes for Tuyo's special Miami Spice menu. Each week, his famous New World fusion cuisine will transport diners to another savory locale.
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