February 15, 2019

Salt stone

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio his past Christmas we had a Secret Santa, a practice that was new to me. Everyone buys a present without knowing who the present is for. On Christmas, we present that gift to a family member who opens it in front of the group. If another in the group […]

6 things to eat when you’re craving chocolate

By Lia Riverson From Care2 You wake up ready and committed to kicking that sugar habit this week. Your fridge is stocked with sweet, fresh fruit, and you already made lunch plans at that new Mediterranean place that favors hummus over hot fudge sundaes. And then suddenly, before you know it, it’s 8 p.m., and […]

Recipe of the week

Grilled Pork Chops with Basil-Garlic Rub From Yummly 7 Ingredients 40 Minutes Description Cut from the pork loin, pork chops can be found under a variety of names, including Porterhouse, Ribeye, New York, Sirloin and Blade pork chops. Ingredients Servings – 4 4 bone-in ribeye (rib) pork chops (3/4-Inch Thick) 2 cloves garlic (Peeled) 1 cup fresh basil (Packed) 2 tablespoons lemon juice (Fresh) 2 tablespoons extra virgin […]

Cayman Islands alumni event

From University of Liverpool 6:00pm – 8:00pm / Wednesday 20th March 2019Type: Networking Event / Category: Alumni +44 (0)151 795 4638 Andy Harrison Admission: Free Book now Alumni in the Cayman Islands are invited to a special networking event hosted by Professor Debra Morris SFHEA, Dean of the School of Law and Social Justice, in George Town on 20 March. The […]

British fast food fish shops are serving up endangered shark meat

By Steve Williams From Care2 Fish and chips is a British delicacy served across the UK in restaurants and fast food takeaways, but a new study from the University of Exeter finds that the fish customers are eating isn’t what they supposed. It’s actually endangered shark meat. Writing in the journal “Scientific Reports“, the researchers outline how they […]

CARICOM, Mexico and Uruguay strongly advocate diplomatic channels for dispute settlement to resolve Venezuela’s complex political crisis

February 7th, 2019The governments of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States, Mexico and Uruguay say they hold the view that “the complexity of the circumstances [in Venezuela] should not be a reason to dismiss the diplomatic channels for dispute settlement.” Reiterating their decision to “help restore the tranquility of the Venezuelan people through dialogue and peace,” […]

Reducing the OECS food import bill: New trade data tool to inform policy

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 — Spurring domestic agricultural production to meet local and international demand while reducing the region’s food import bill is the focus of a powerful new data tool recently presented to agricultural decision makers at the OECS Commission. The ‘OECS Trade Vista for Food and Agriculture’ portal was presented by Dr. Patrick Antoine, Special […]

Cayman Islands DoE enforces lobster/conch take limits

The Department of Environment (DoE) is warning seasonal lobster and conch fishers to adhere to take and possession limits set by National Conservation Law (NCL) regulations, following reports investigated over the past two weeks. On Monday evening, 28 January, Customs and Border Control Service officers, assisted by DoE conservation officers, searched a number of passengers […]

The Editor speaks: Can you afford Valentine’s Day anymore?

According to a report carried by CNBC they say: “Consumers ages 23 to 29 expect to spend an average of $266 on Valentine’s Day gifts, dining and more, according to Bankrate.com. “Going all out to show on Instagram? Dinner for two, chocolates and the works adds up to more than $600.” And it’s all because […]

Drink recipe of the week

Dilly Dilly Drink By Mantitlement From Yummly 4 Ingredients 10 Minutes 30 Calories Ingredients 1 ounce vodka 4 ounces limeade 1 Bud Light Beer lime wedge (for garnish, optional) Servings – 4 For more on this story go to: https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Dilly-Dilly-Drink-2633828#directions