March 27, 2017

Recipe of the week

How to Make and Freeze Kabobs for the Grill By Meghan Splawn From The Kitchn My kids just love to eat things off sticks. Marshmallows, hot dogs — anything is made better when cooked over fire on a stick. Maybe the ultimate dinner on a stick is the classic meat kabob. Juicy, charred, and delicious, […]

Taste of Cayman recognises volunteers at thank you event

Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival organisers recognised this year’s event volunteers recently at a thank you party hosted by sponsor Margaritaville. “With this being both one of CITA’s and the Cayman Islands’ largest events, we wouldn’t have been able to have had such a successful and widely enjoyed festival without our amazing team […]

Corned beef ban in Caribbean amid rotten meat scandal

From CARIBBEAN360 KINGSTON, Jamaica, Wednesday March 21, 2017 – Several Caribbean countries have ordered the immediate ban on the sale and importation of corned beef from Brazil, following reports that several major meat processors in the South American nation have been selling rotten beef and poultry. Several countries have gone as far as banning all […]

Sugar Association of the Caribbean convenes: Industry Leaders to look at future of Sugar with end to EU Market Looming

JOINT PRESS RELEASE BY SUGAR ASSOCIATION OF THE CARIBBEAN AND THE CARIBBEAN COUNCIL For immediate release (CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana) The EU’s quota management for sugar will end on 30 September 2017 and is expected to lead to a fall in prices towards the international sugar price and a decrease in sugar imports […]

Olwomen story of the week

Finger foods for babies By Karyn Holmes Posted on Aug 31, 2016 Finger food is basically little bite sized food that your toddler can easily pick and eat him or herself. Any food that falls under this definition qualifies as a finger food. From now onwards your baby starts developing his motor skills as the […]

Cayman Islands recalls corned beef/Jamaica bans corned beef imports from Brazil, urges public not to consume any

Cayman Islands DEH Food Recall on Corned Beef Products from Brazil The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is advising the public that an alert has been issued concerning the recall of corned beef products from Brazil because the products are alleged to have been processed with contaminated meat. The DEH has requested all importers, wholesalers […]

Need a doze in the day? A nap cafe with beds has opened

BY YVETTE TAN From Mashable Japan has once again proved that it is indeed home to all things weird and wonderful. A new nap cafe has opened up in Tokyo’s Harajuku district, part of a new collaboration between Nescafe and France Bed to mark World Sleep Day. The cafe, which is only open for a […]

Hair thinning and hair regrowth problems

From WN Hair regrowth is simply one of the most difficult things to deal with, especially when you are still young and hearty, because that is the time when you least expect it. However, it is a wildly growing common problem that is effecting the appearance and personality of people all over the globe, be […]

This amazing mom used extreme couponing to help 30,000 people

By Susmita Baral From The Kitchn Extreme couponing can change the world and the lives of the people in it. No, really! Just ask Lauren Puryear, an extreme couponer who has fed over 30,000 people with her savviness and desire to help others. The 29-year-old set a goal for herself this year: to feed 30,000 […]

Recipe of the week

Black Forest Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole By Kelli Foster From The Kittchn This German-inspired strata is our seasonal take on the classic ham and cheese breakfast casserole. Laced with Black Forest ham and nutty Gruyère, and built on a foundation of pumpernickel and sourdough bread, this version uses spicy mustard to give the eggs […]