We are HUGE fans of Vice Media’s food-focused channel “Munchies“ and one of our favourite shows is “F*ck That’s Delicious“ with Chef-slash-Rapper-slash-Mr. Wonderful Action Bronson. So it was a treat to see this great video of the self-titled “Human Highlight Reel” himself doing it up at last year’s inaugural NyamJam Festival in Jamaica.
Labor Day in the United States is the official end-of-summer celebration filled with family gatherings and barbecues. But when you fire up the grill this year, why not do it Caribbean style. We have some delicious recipes from some great Caribbean cooks that are sure to make you happy .
Caribbean adult beverages get a fair share of attention, and rightly so. Rum is uniquely, historically, Caribbean and a variety of quality beers are brewed across the region. However, the little cousins of these grown up spirits often get short shrift, despite the fact that they are likely enjoyed more frequently with our favourite meals.
I’m as big a Starbucks fan as the next person. While some bean aficionados have scoffed at what they consider the inferior quality of a Starbucks brew, I’ve been quite happy to consume copious amounts of Grande and Venti cups in my time (mostly black, sometimes cream, never sugar).
I was determined to eat Guava Duff today. It’s been a while since I last had any and, for some reason, I woke up this morning with a singular mission: find, eat and enjoy a bowl of warm-creamy-sweet duff. That, would make this a successful day.
Hot Patties (or is it “Pattys”?) are a Caribbean staple, right alongside rotis, conch salad and jerk chicken. This tasty, traditionally meat-filled pastry traces its roots to Jamaica and can be found across the Caribbean and pretty much anywhere in the world where West Indians assemble.
Father’s Day is fast approaching and we’ve got some great gift ideas for our Dads of the Caribbean. These six gift ideas range from the simple to the sublime and no matter which gift you choose, you won’t disappoint him (although, he’ll probably love anything that’s not another necktie).