Food and Cuisine

Culture, People, Food and Cuisine, Trinidad and Tobago

Ancestral Kitchen

Diners at the Trinidad Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre are experiencing a sweet hand with a distinctly Caribbean touch. Recently...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine, History, Trinidad and Tobago

Tropical Chocs

Only during the short, frenzied feeding days of Easter do we eat even more chocolate. At this time of year, even after the saturation...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

Carnivorous And Proud Of It

I know too many vegetarians. Even in the Caribbean, where meat has never gone out of fashion, I’d begun to feel a bit vulnerable. For...

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Culture, Lifestyle, Food and Cuisine

A Sweet, Sticky Story

The recipe called for pectin. The name sounded familiar. A kind of sugar? Pectin. Something made from fins? No. Pectin, I discovered, makes...

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Culture, Arts, Food and Cuisine, Jamaica

Cook it up

I left Trinidad early one January morning, thinking that Jamaica was the two things I most needed: it was warm, and it was 900 miles away...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine

Meet me at the office

First-time visitors to the Caribbean may be unaware that the most important institution in the islands is neither the parliament nor the...

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