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.
Two seagulls take in the view, and enjoy the breeze, from a convenient perch on Saunders Beach, Nassau, Bahamas.
A seafaring conch vendor serves a few remaining customers along Woodes Rodgers Walk in Nassau, Bahamas as the sun sets on another day and another week in the capital.
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.
It’s Throwback Thursday and it’s all about the Soca Queens!
First we start with the Legendary Calypso Rose. In her honor, the Trinidad Carnival “Calypso King” competition was renamed to “Calypso Monarch”. It’s easy to understand why…just take a listen.
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).