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An honour indeed!

At the presentation of the insignia of the 2016 National Honours and Awards, I was happy to be the recipient of the Barbados Service Medal for outstanding service to the youth of Barbados in the culinary arena. This is, of course, for my work with the children of the Junior Duelling Challenge and the Caribbean Junior Culinary Conference. The awards were presented at […]

Mixing it up!

Mixing it up!

The petite Ashley Callender aspires to be one of Barbados’ leading mixologists and she is well on her way. Today, she showed off her skills…

The changing face of Christmas Fare

So another Christmas has gone by and as I said in a previous article, it was all about the preparation and lead-up, because the year…

New Year workout

New Year workout

The guilt of overindulging this Christmas season is driving Barbadians to an early workout, as gyms are reporting increased bookings for the month of January.…

More Bajans turning to alternative medicine

More Bajans turning to alternative medicine

Health food stores here are reporting a rise in the number of Barbadians with chronic non-communicable diseases who are looking for all-natural alternatives to prescription…





Taste of Thai at Accra

Taste of Thai at Accra

World-renowned Thai chef Mayuree Saipetch has brought her culinary skills to the shores of Barbados. Saipetch is the…

Art of Bartending

Art of Bartending

The principals behind the Art of Bartending seminars are serving up an interesting cocktail of courses to challenge participants signing…

Children of the North romp in the South

Children of the North romp in the South

It was a time for fun and frolic when 75 children from schools in the St. Peter and…

Conference a boost for culinary arts

Conference a boost for culinary arts

The 2016 instalment of the Caribbean Junior Culinary Conference, now in its third year, opened yesterday with the event’s mastermind…

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