August 19, 2018

FEMA releases the 2017 Hurricane Season FEMA After-Action Report

WASHINGTON (NEWS RELEASE) – The following is a news release from FEMA: The Federal Emergency Management Agency has released the 2017 Hurricane Season FEMA After-Action Report. The report examines the agency’s performance during the record breaking season. Last year, hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria devastated the nation at a time when FEMA was already supporting […]

CAYMAN ISLANDS: DATS A MANGO STAIN?!” Saturday, 14th July10:00 AM – 2:00 PM MUSEUM

In Cayman, mango season is highly anticipated, and the sweet, unique flavor of the mango is enjoyed by all. Locals reminisce on diving up mangoes in the sea and going in the land to find the perfect tree to climb, whether it be for a long, round, or a Julie mango. The maiden plum and […]

Recipe of the week

Recipe: Spaghetti Aglio e Olio By Sheela Fiorenzo From The Kitchn There are certain dishes that just aren’t worth messing with — and spaghetti aglio e olio is one of them. As with all of the best Italian recipes, this one is greater than the sum of its parts. Take a couple of basic ingredients […]

A Taste of the Caribbean

From Travel Pulse By Brian Major Times have never been better for travelers who are fond of fine cuisine. Seeking to appeal to vacationers’ increasingly peripatetic palates, today’s all-inclusive resorts are joining with celebrity gourmet chefs to launch a new generation of specialized eateries. The resorts are also partnering with highly regarded cuisine brands to […]

Cayman Islands residents get trained in food hygiene

Five hundred and forty eight Cayman Islands residents were trained and certified in basic food handling techniques during the six month period from January to June 2018. These individuals participated in one of 39 food safety classes that were put on by the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) during the six month period. “We are […]

Cayman Islands: Robbery of food truck Thursday, 5 July

From RCIPS Just before midnight yesterday, 5 July, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched police to a report of a robbery of an Al La Kebab food truck stationed on Selkirk Drive in the Red Bay area of George Town.  Just a few minutes before, two men with their faces covered had robbed the establishment of […]

Cayman Islands National Museum events

    Purchase your Mango Season T-shirts! Mango Season is finally here! Stop by our National Museum Gift Shop to purchase a Mango Season t-shirt with lots ah room fa mango stains. Looky Ya! Mango Season at the Museum takes place on Saturday, 14th July from 10am to 2pm. Museum and Chamber Members receive a […]

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 […]