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Joshua Rolle is the new Starbucks Bahamas barista champ
Mere technicalities made the difference between which Starbucks barista would claim the title and represent the Bahamian market in Colombia in September. Joshua Rolle bested D’Ardra Smith by a mere eight points to claim the shocking win on Thursday...
 
 
The best kept secret that’s no longer secret
Conch chowder and conch fritters that they swear is chockfull of conch; smothered grouper topped with fresh steamed herbs and tomatoes; straight out of the water fresh in-house tenderized conch fried to a golden brown served with spicy calypso sauce;...
 
 
John Watling’s Distillery launches limited Single Barrel rum
John Watling’s has made available 5,000 bottles of newly launched John Watlings’ Single Barrel rum, a four-year-old rum that has been bottled at a cask strength of 66.2 percent alcohol by volume, or 132.4° proof. It has been aged at the historic...
 
 
Absolutley marvelous
The marvelous one — Marv Cunningham has done it again, claiming a gold medal and the Caribbean Bartender of the Year title at the Taste of the Caribbean competition for the second consecutive year; Cunningham also turned in the best vodka drink in ...
 
 
Mixing it up
In nine days Marv Cunningham will mount his Taste of the Caribbean bartender of the year title, but before that, he will be mixing it up for six of those days in Cuba in the hunt for the 11th Havana Club Cocktail Grand Prix title. Cunningham departs...
 
 
Ready for culinary battle
Team Bahamas believes in itself. They believe in what they’re doing. They believe in their concept, and are confident with less than a month to mounting their Taste of the Caribbean title defense. “The food will speak for itself,” says chef Sh...
 
 
National culinary team on display
Vegetable cheesecake; lobster and spinach ragout in plantain cup with rum caviar; mushroom doughnut with truffle spray; pesto butter; creamy pumpkin and leek soup, stuffed chicken dumpling, sausage, chicken cracker and pumpkin seed oil; textures of v...
 
 
A Mother’s Day pop up brunch
The veil of secrecy is being held so close to the chef Simeon Hall’s chest that even I don’t know where, or why, but what I I do know is that he promises his upcoming Mother’s Day pop up brunch will be an experience — amazing eating — with...
 
 
Caribbean cuisine to take center stage
The Bahamas will defend its 2015 Caribbean National Team of the Year, Caribbean Bartender of the Year and Pastry Chef of the Year titles at the upcoming Taste of the Caribbean competition which is shaping up to be a fierce battle among 12 of the regi...
 
 
Step up your fish game
Fried, boiled, or grilled is usually the staple fish method of preparation for most Bahamians, and was the method of preparation for most households on the recent Good Friday, after it was limed, salted, peppered, then fried. But there is more than o...
 
 
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