Author: Anu Lakhan

Embark, Food and Cuisine

A Christmas diary | Cookup Classic

Christmas presents can be a problem — but perhaps the solution is in your very own kitchen, Anu Lakhan discovers. This piece was originally published in Issue 70 (November/December 2004)

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Reviews, Literature

Book Buzz (March/April 2005)

No place like home The Prodigal  Derek Walcott (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, ISBN 0-374-23743-3, 105 pp) “What language do you speak in...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

Ice cream dreams

I may not have crossed endless burning deserts for it, but that’s only because I live in a place that is small and tropical. I suspect if...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

Not (Banana) Bread Alone

Poor Marie Antoinette, misunderstood and vilified these many years because of that unfortunate bread/cake comment. Far from the...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

Cooking from the heart

My mother used to tell me a story about a young woman whose chief domestic duty was cooking for her innumerable brothers. As is often the...

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Culture, Arts, Food and Cuisine, Trinidad and Tobago

A pelau of her own

Diet-wise, mine was a wild and uninhibited youth, unfettered by health concerns or nagging parents. True, my eating habits have turned out...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

The Feast Must Go On

There’s them as can feed the masses with a few fish and some bread. The rest of us have to be a little more cautious with our catering....

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Reviews, Literature

New and Recent Books about the Caribbean (September/October 2002)

PICK OF THE MONTH Sugar and Slate Charlotte Williams (Planet 2002, 192pp, ISBN 0-9540881-0-7) The search for identity must be the...

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