Chef Derek Went chats with patrons at Super Centre in Barbados.Barbadian culinary entrepreneur Chef Derek Went is reporting a strong response to his company's herb-based cooking products.Went runs the playfully named, Went Caribbean which offers a wide selection of goods and services to support a healthy, island lifestyle, and he says that WentWorx - an aromatic blend of natural herbs and spices free from MSG, sugar, salt, preservatives or food additives - is "catching on and mitigating the risk of food-related diseases such high blood pressure and diabetes."
Get 10 times the comfort and 10 times the pleasure when you purchase a VIP ticket to the 10th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, slated for Markham Park in Sunrise, on Sunday, November 13, 2011! This year, organizers of the highly-anticipated event are going all out to ensure that VIP guests enjoy the festival in the lap of luxury, from the moment they enter the park until they drag themselves away at the end of the event.
This summer, enjoy a variety of fruits that are in season at the Fruit & Spice Park’s annual Redland Summer Fruit Festival, June 19 & 20, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Taste buds will be tickled and appetites will be aroused at Trinidad and Tobago’s Taste T&T International Culinary Festival. The event, taking place October 29 – 30, 2011, will be headlined by Food Network’s 2010 The Next Iron Chef winner, Jose Garces, and will feature a tasting village that will showcase the best of Trinidad and Tobago’s gourmet cuisine and local delicacies. From India to the South Pacific and the British Isles to Africa, Trinidad & Tobago has welcomed settlers from around the globe with their epicurean influences in tow. During the festival, culinary aficionados can taste the colorful history that has left a spoonful of Arabic, Spanish, African, Chinese, Polynesian, Thai, East Indian, Cajun, and indigenous Amerindian in the cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago.
Jean StephaneIf your dream has been to spend a day in the kitchen of a chef's restaurant learning culinary secrets and techniques, enter Chef Jean-Stephane Poinard's competition to win 'My Day in a Chef's Kitchen' that celebrates his restaurant's 2nd Anniversary. The Bistro de Leon opened summer, 2008 in historic St. Augustine and has become one of the city's most popular casual Bistros serving authentic cuisine from Chef's hometown of Lyon, France.