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BAMSI introduces hydroponic lettuce and other greens to its product line
The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) has introduced hydroponically grown lettuce and leafy greens to its produce line. The products are being grown in a 65,000-square foot shade house on BAMSI’s North Andros campus, and seve...
Time to KISS (keep it simple stupid)
If you don’t already have reservations at your favorite restaurant for Valentine’s Day, then you should really forget about dining out with your sweetheart, because they’re probably all booked up. But then again what could be more romantic than...
Crusoe’s restaurant lives up to the hype
Bragging and being able to back it up and proving what you’re saying is true is always a good thing. The management at Crusoe’s Restaurant at Comfort Suites proudly boasts of a menu that embraces comfort Bahamian foods as well as American and Car...
Casa D’Angelo: Where Tuscany, Southern Italy and Bahamian flavors meet
Casa D’Angelo — it has been the place where Tuscan entrees meet Southern Italian accents and Caribbean flavors for almost a decade at the Atlantis resort. Next door to the Bahamian Club and across the way from Chop Stix, for some reason or the ot...
The decadence of brunch
Brunch — it’s a meal usually taken late in the morning that combines a late breakfast and an early lunch, consisting of decadent twists on regular meal options. For many people, the weekend just isn’t complete without brunch. Recognizing this,...
Food hightlighting wine
Justin and Landmark Vineyards Wines jumpstarted the festive season showcasing how their wines are generally good pairings for a wide range of foods — and just in time for those persons who may not have thought about having wine with their holiday m...
A storied supper
Pairing cocktails with food is about balance, to create a match made in heaven, but rum pairing with food shows the versatility of the spirit. Mount Gay Rum Brand Ambassador Darrio R. Prescod with Sapodilla restaurant chefs exhibited both with a cura...
Syrah! Syrah! Syrah!
In a world where bigger is better, Syrah is the ideal choice. It’s darker than Carbernet Sauvignon and contains high amounts of health-invigorating antioxidants. But when it comes to Syrah Wine & Tappas it’s simple, small plates served in a c...
Sweeting scoops two culinary olympic medals
Cured salmon and salmon pastrami with honey dill mustard, pickled cucumber and red onion; truffled breast or Cornish hen and leg roulade with corn royal, quail egg, chives, bell pepper flakes and Cornish hen-saffron bouillon (served apart); tomato an...
New Orleans specialty coffeehouse Louis & Steen’s opens its colorful doors
Here’s your chance to experience New Orleans in The Bahamas: Louis & Steen’s, the first Creole and Cajun Coffeehouse has opened its colorful doors, serving fresh roasted coffee beans from the countries of origin. Combine this with Creole and ...
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