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Learn to cook with flare
There are a number of reasons people take cooking classes — they’re fun, people learn something new, they can learn to perfect a dish and cook like a professional. And through Island Flare’s Cooking School, Chef Jamall Petty is giving people th...
 
 
Culinary students dominate Lukka Kairi food competition
Lukka Kairi, one of the newest restaurants on the food scene will soon open its doors to the public, and it wants to do so with the best Bahamian food possible. As such, the restaurant’s principals recently hosted what was known as the Great Bahami...
 
 
Florida brides select their Mon Cheri bridal gowns
The three lucky brides from Florida that recently won the islands of The Bahamas “16 Islands, 16 Weddings, One Priceless Day” contest, came together recently to select their complimentary Mon Cheri bridal gowns, designed by David Tutera and Sophi...
 
 
Chef Simeon Hall spices things up
Fresh off his showing at the Food Network Concert at Ravinia event, Chef Simeon Hall is on the move again — this time he’s headed for Florida to participate in the Publix Jerk Cook-off and Celebrity Quick Fire Competition. At the heart of the Gr...
 
 
Deuce, Katsuya, Brasserie des Arts and Shuang Ba revealed as the first of 40 food and beverage offerings at Baha Mar
Baha Mar, the $3.5 billion integrated gaming resort opening in the spring of 2015, is introducing the first four signature restaurants of its highly anticipated culinary experiences. Deuce, Katsuya, Brasserie des Arts and Shuang Ba are part of the b...
 
 
A sweet repeat
For entrepreneur Gina Mortimer-Storr and her daughter, Raeh Williams, mixing business and sweet treats is in their DNA. The producers of Sugar Rush 2: The Original Sweet Feast are descendants of Ulric Mortimer, Sr. of Mortimer Candies fame. And while...
 
 
A taste of Abaco Beach Resort
The Angler’s Restaurant team may not have won the overall Bahamas Ministry of Tourism’s “Taste Our Bahamas” competition, but the restaurant’s sous chef, Charles Stuart, was more than pleased with the three first place awards the team carted...
 
 
Exploring Bahamian cuisine
Cajun conch bites, conch spring rolls, conch scampi, conch cakes and a conch po’ boy: the mollusk of choice by Bahamians is being celebrated in a big way during the month of October, and people are encouraged to go out and “taste The Bahamas” d...
 
 
Dorie Greenspan: Here’s what you should bake next
The annoying thing about Dorie Greenspan is that no matter how much you don't like to bake, aren't good at baking, don't even want to bake... If you listen to her long enough, you'll find yourself hankering to get y...
 
 
Paradise Plates to serve up fun and food for a good cause
Hands For Hunger's signature fundraiser, Paradise Plates, is already famous for its generous offerings of delectable food and drink, but this year organizers are serving up more than fine fare. A silent auction featuring some exclusive items is one ...
 
 
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