July 17, 2018

Middle Eastern cuisine

Middle Eastern cuisine is poised to take over America, and it reveals a huge change in how people like to eat By Jessica Tyler From Business Insider Fast-casual restaurants serving Middle Eastern food and Mediterrean food are suddenly everywhere. Although Mediterranean food and Middle Eastern food are different, they have a lot of overlapping flavors. […]

Recipe of the week

Recipe: Mango Chicken Breakfast Sausage By Heather Christo From Thee Kitchn Last year I spent a glorious week in Hawaii with my family, complete with a rather deluxe breakfast buffet. My husband was totally in heaven, but I typically find your average breakfast buffet a bit of a minefield. Given our allergies, I have to […]

7 most common myths about medical cannabis

From Aphria We’ve learned that cannabis consumption could lead to negative outcomes, and was often grouped together with harder drugs such as heroin and cocaine. This approach has led to stigmatization,hria resulting in the development of myths and misunderstandings concerning the use and associated effects of cannabis. If you are new to cannabis, or curious […]

Meal production change for George Town, Grand Cayman Meals on Wheels

Meals produced for Meals on Wheels seniors in need in the George Town and West Bay districts will be produced by a new contractor beginning Tuesday 4th July, 2018. Rehoboth Ministries, led by Beulah McField, has been the longtime contractor for Meals on Wheels and recently decided to close the operation of the kitchen from […]

Practices for FAD Fisheries being finalized for Caribbean and Pacific SIDS

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE, MONDAY, 2 July 2018 (CRFM)—The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) has been working along with United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to develop a set of best practices for small-scale fisheries centered around Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) in Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The best practices are being documented following a […]

Trinidad & Tobago and Bahamas win top culinary honors

T & T Wins Top Team, Bartender, Best Non Alcoholic Drink and Beef Categories; Bahamas Takes Chef and Junior Chef of the Year Awards at Taste of the Caribbean 2018 MIAMI, FL (June 27, 2018) – Trinidad and Tobago is the Caribbean National Culinary Team of the Year. The team won top honors in the […]

Herbs & spices for brain health

7 Best Herbs and Spices for Brain Health By Cathy Wong, ND | Reviewed by Richard N. Fogoros, MD From very well mind Research suggests that a number of herbs and spices may help improve your brain health, and some of them may be already sitting in your fridge or pantry. Several of these herbs […]

The Cayman Islands wants to be a culinary destination — for your kids

By Sara Liss For Miami.com Call it baking for bambinos. Cooking for kiddos. Gastronomy for the pint-sized. It all means kids are invading the kitchen and in turn, learning more about what they’re putting in their bodies and where that food comes from. Kids learning to cook has slowly been gaining popularity as a travel […]

Recipe of the week

Recipe: Pork Chop Marsala By Christine Gallary from The Kitchn For a fun, easy twist on chicken marsala, give boneless pork chops a try for dinner instead. When cooked in a bit of browned butter and then simmered in a glossy sauce rich with golden-brown mushrooms and sweet marsala wine, these pork chops can make […]

Caribbean-cuisine event returns to Jungle Island in Miami

By Rod Stafford Hagwood From SouthFlorida.com Foodies who love Caribbean cuisine may want to take in Caribbean305, an annual festival that features chefs and mixologists from the region. Caribbean305 will take place Saturday, June 23, at Jungle Island in Miami. “We are looking forward to seeing everyone at Jungle Island where this year’s event will […]