“From The Bahamas to Uzbekistan, this year’s Embassy Chef Challenge guarantees to satisfy your craving for international flavour so vital to the culture of Washington, DC,” said Cultural Tourism DC’s Executive Director Linda Donavan Harper.
For the first time in the 8 year history of the show, 4 (not 2) final episodes with 5 finalists were all shot on an international location – The Bahamas.
Marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey has added his voice to the campaign for the enactment of legislation that will prevent commercial shark fishing in the Bahamas
The popular health food restaurant “Go Green” has opened a second location of the healthy take-out place on East Street.
Because the judges could not decide who to eliminate, all five chefs get to head to the Bahamas where the Top Chef finale will be filmed.
Mark Finlayson has failed in his ill-timed hostile attempt to takeover Abaco Markets Limited, highlighting what some call an apparent ineptitude in business management.
Must history always repeat itself? We are indeed on the verge of what could turn out to be another major food crisis. The FAO Food Price Index at the end of 2010 returned to its highest level.
The lack of a takeover code in The Bahamas has caused some concern over how protected small shareholders will be under the proposed $12 million hostile takeover of AML Foods by the City Market parent company Trans-Island Traders.
An array of Bahamian food products is in store for patrons attending the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources’ third National Agribusiness Expo scheduled for March 3rd through 5th at the Gladstone Road Agriculture Centre.