Issue 102 (March/April 2010)

In this food issue of Caribbean Beat, writers sample all sorts of Caribbean cuisine — from curry and aloo pies to bhaji and dasheen … they find out how the Caribbean has adopted culinary traditions even from the Middle East, and visit Caribbean chefs flying the flag everywhere from Chinkey’s Nite Bite in Trinidad to Pam’s Kitchen in Seattle … meanwhile Paul Crask explores the island of Carriacou, Sharon Millar is impressed with a new line of environmentally friendly furniture, Garry Steckles celebrates Calypso Rose, Judy Fitzpatrick meets Shadowman, and James Ferguson remembers the Mariel boatlift from Cuba to Miami 30 years ago …

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