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How to Make Traditional Caribbean Sorrel for the Holidays

NEW YORK, NY- The month of December is a very busy month for Caribbean Nationals the world over because December 25th – Christmas Day; December 26th – Boxing Day in England and the Caribbean region and of course December 31st – New Years Eve!

Traditional Caribbean holiday drink, Sorrel. (file photo)

Jerk Fete, an Exquisite Offering of Food, Music and Wow!

Miramar, FL – Having canceled the 2021 staging of the annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers of have modified plans and developed an alternative event to connect with supporters and still celebrate Jamaican food, music and culture in a smaller controlled atmosphere.

Caribbean Warned Vulnerability to Food Production is Stark

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – A senior official of the Guyana-based Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat has warned that the current vulnerability of the food production in the region is stark, as collectively the Caribbean continues to be buffeted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the ravages of climate change, pests and plant borne diseases and other associated maladies but there are indeed opportunities.

Assistant Secretary-General, Trade and Economic Integration Joseph Cox

Baking a Christmas Black Cake

NEW YORK, NY - Black Cake is a favorite in many Caribbean countries, including in Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, especially at Christmas. Here's how to set the fruit you'll be adding to your Black Cake, as well as how to bake the cake itself.

Jerk Festival For Orlando

The 8th Annual Florida Jerk Festival: Orlando Edition, is set for Sunday, October 24, 2021 from 2PM – 10PM at Lake Lorna Doone Park located at 1519 West Church Street. 

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