May 23, 2018

10 Tasty Vegan Breakfast Ideas

Becky Striepe, Care2 It can be hard to pull it together and make breakfast, can’t it? On a busy morning, the most important meal of the day often falls to the wayside as we get ready for work, pack lunches, and scramble to be out the door on time. Sometimes the problem isn’t time, though. […]

Fast-food ‘linked to childhood asthma and eczema’

Eating fast food three times a week may lead to asthma and eczema in children, say researchers who have looked at global disease and dietary patterns. Data from more than 500,000 children in more than 50 countries suggests poor diet may be to blame for rising levels of these allergy-related conditions. Those who ate fast […]

Cayman listed in 10 Hot Winter food festivals

By Sarah Gleim from Forbes Even if you’re still working off those gluttonous holiday meals, it’s time to start thinking about food and wine again because the winter culinary festival season is in full swing. And who’s complaining? The foodies at would love to attend every one of these events—the destinations alone make them […]

Cities Continue to Demonise Vegetable Gardens

Brandi, selected from Diets in Review from Care2 From 2008 to 2009, home gardening increased from 36 million to 43 million households. It appears to be continuing its upward trend. As Mother Earth News puts it, “The worse the economy, the more people garden.” Although vegetable gardening is good news for people’s pocketbooks as well […]

25th Anniversary of Taste of Cayman Food and Wine Festival

Taste of Cayman is celebrating its 25th Anniversary on Saturday 26th January 2013. The event this year will be held at the Camana Bay Festival Green, and we are very excited to return the event to our roots! Taste of Cayman began in the late 80’s with a small number of restaurants from the Cayman […]

Cayman Cookout 2013 preview at Olivers Oakville

    Details about the 2013 Cayman Cookout event were recently announced during a collaborative dinner at Olivers restaurant in Oakville. The Cayman Cookout is an annual culinary festival that takes place in Grand Cayman. The brains behind the fest, chef Eric Ripert (Le Bernardin), wanted to host a culinary celebration, bringing together some of the […]

Second Slow Food Day has a further update

Slow Food Day 2013 Celebrates Eating Local in the Cayman Islands SAVE THE DATE: SECOND ANNUAL SLOW FOOD DAY CELEBRATES EATING LOCAL IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS WITH TWO EVENTS ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2013 Announcing line-up of participating local chefs & growers for Farmers Market Tasting, and James Beard Award Winning Chef Hugh Acheson’s Farm-to-Beach […]

8 Great New Year’s Eve Cocktails

By Katie Waldeck from It’s time to ring in the New Year. Whether you’re hosting a fabulous fête for 150 of your closest friends, or curling up on the couch with loved ones to watch the ball drop, New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration. Unsure of what drinks to serve to ring in the New Year? […]

Caribbean Broilers exporting meat to Cayman Islands

Corporate Affairs Manager at Caribbean Broilers, Dr Keith Amiel announced that the company exported a container of chicken to that country this week and plans are also being made to export pork. He however said, with the company’s facilities up to international standards, more markets will be tapped for exports Caribbean Broilers are part of […]

Le Meritage chef Michael Farrell moving to the Cayman Islands

By Susan Langenhennig, The Times-Picayune After four years at the Maison Dupuy Hotel, chef Michael Farrell is heading to the Cayman Islands to become executive chef at Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa. He doesn’t plan on having sand between his toes for long, though. “As nice as it sounds, this isn’t […]