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One a penny ... two a penny ... hot cross buns
Good Friday without a hot cross bun is akin to a sacrilege, so right about now, bakers around the island are making preparations for next week’s run on the sticky treats for fans who don’t have the confidence to make their own and those who, quit...
Burns House to host Wine Lover’s Tasting
Never had the chance to taste a Ruffino wine? Well, the opportunity is here as the Burns House Group of Companies hosts a ‘Ruffino Wine Lover’s Tasting’ event at which you can sample white and red wine offerings from the winery that has been pr...
Long Island students sweep Young Chef competitions
In a matter of days, students from Long Island had produced clean sweeps of the senior and junior crowns for the 22nd Annual National All-Island Young Chef Contests. North Long Island High School’s Shondria Gibson snagged the senior title and a ca...
Bahamian national team to the Taste of the Caribbean event stacked with talent
The Bahamian national squad that will represent the country at the upcoming Taste of the Caribbean, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s (CHTA) annual culinary competition is stacked with talent and experience to compete at this level. Na...
Culinary arts students host travel fundraising events
Culinary arts students at the Culinary Hospitality Management Institute (CHMI) students hosted a fundraising luncheon yesterday to assist the school’s five-man team that will participate in the American Culinary Federation Southeast Regional Junior...
Student chefs sharpen their skills
Student chefs at The College of The Bahamas Culinary and Hospitality Management Institute (CHMI) recently sharpened their skills during a training session with a certified executive chef from the United States as they prepare to compete in a regional...
Fusing local ingredients with global techniques
Chef Simeon Hall is on a mission — a fact-finding journey to compare the similarities and differences between Bahamian cuisine and that of the islands of the Caribbean. As a result, over the past five years, the chef filled a hiker’s backpack to ...
Rico Neely and Catarina Chemaly take top two spots in New Providence Senior Young Chef contest
St. Anne’s School student Rico Neely and St. Andrew’s School student Catarina Chemaly are in the fray for the 22nd Annual Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour National All Island Championships, by virtue of their respective win and runner-up showing...
A meeting of the minds and knives
New Providence is set to become a culinary mecca when the inaugural Minority Chef Summit rolls into town. The four-day event, May 1-4 will showcase the talents and creativity of some of the leading minority professionals in the food and beverage ind...
A healthy, easy, no-knead bread anyone can make
There are bakers and there are cooks. It takes a chemist's love of precision to be a baker. Me? I'm a cook. However, I do love to bake bread. In fact, I've been on a bread baking kick for several years, experimenti...
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