Topic Tag: Christmas


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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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Embark, Food and Cuisine

Nneka Nurse: cuisine beyond boundaries | Cookup

Jamaican-American Nneka Nurse has a mission: to introduce Caribbean cuisine to international foodies. She tells Franka Philip how and why it’s time to “elevate” Caribbean food

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Embark, People, Food and Cuisine, Trinidad and Tobago

Michelle Sohan: the accidental baker | Cookup

Baking wasn’t always a passion for Michelle Sohan — but this “accidental” career has won her international kudos

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Travel, Leisure, Lifestyle, Antigua and Barbuda

Living the life: a guide to Antigua and Barbuda

The sun is going down as the plane swoops low over St John’s towards the airport. Its golden light washes Antigua’s rolling hills, the...

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Culture, Festivals and Events

Island Beat (Winter 1994)

GRENADA’S FESTIVE SAILING The second edition of Grenada’s annual Sailing Festival takes place in early February 1995, and...

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Food and Cuisine, Jamaica, Guyana, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago

Caribbean Christmas recipes

Christmas the Caribbean way As chill winds blow up here in the north, hastening the birth of Christ, everyone around me is happily browsing...

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Embark, Culture, Food and Cuisine, Festivals and Events

Total local | Cookup

Christmas means feasting, and traditionally many of the Caribbean’s seasonal delicacies — from roast turkey to black cake — use imported ingredients. But could you create a Christmas lunch or dinner using only locally grown food? Franka Philip takes up the challenge

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