The Bahamas has assembled a team of both seasoned and young chefs to represent the country at the regional culinary event – Taste of the Caribbean in Miami.
At the upcoming Ministerial Council meeting, Fisheries Ministers will approve regional policy and strategies to strengthen governance, conservation and sustainable development of fisheries and aquaculture.
The National Culinary Team has trained diligently for nearly six months preparing for the Taste of the Caribbean competition next month in Miami.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s annual event will feature more than 14 national teams vying for individual and team gold at the Hyatt Regency in Miami from June 27th to June 30th.
Kwivan Miller boldly named his team the Bahama Bar-B-King and lived up to the title as he captured the crown at the Thompson Trading Co. and Cattlemen’s BBQ Sauce 1st Cattlemen’s Smokin’ Hot BBQ Competition.
The BNT is not advocating for a ban on conch, or for a closed season, but is stressing that Bahamians need a “strategy” on how to maintain the conch population for long-term sustainability.
Heads of national fisheries authorities from the seventeen member states and observers of the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) will attend the 11th Meeting of the Caribbean Fisheries Forum from Wednesday, April 24 to Friday, April 26, 2013
The gluttonous lionfish, gobbling up reef fish in the Bahamas and other habitats, has deeply concerned scientists who have no way of stopping the destructive invasion.
Thompson Trading Co. and Cattlemen’s BBQ sauces will host the first Cattlemen’s Smokin’ Hot BBQ competition in The Bahamas, Saturday, April 20.