Set to open on May 15 the Grand Bahama Junkanoo Museum, Restaurant and Bar will feature junkanoo costumes and murals.
Aspiring Chef Dwayne Sinclair of Temple Christian High School once again emerged winner of the National All-Island Senior Young Chef competition sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour.
Super Value owner Rupert Roberts would have an unacceptable monopoly on food items if the government allows him to buy the failing five-store City Market chain.
After 37 years of making a tasteful and educational contribution to the Grand Bahama culinary scene, Chef Roland Boulet will be retiring and returning to his European homeland in April 2012.
Through BAIC courses in agro-processing, Bahamians are being taught to turn surplus tomatoes into ketchup and pizza sauce.
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, the Hon. Lawrence Cartwright, said the agriculture and marine resources sectors are poised to make even greater impact on the economy of The Bahamas.
The Cooperative Agri-business Forum commenced on March 22 under the theme: Cooperative Enterprises Build a Better World.
State and federal wildlife authorities are investigating a network of suspected conch-smuggling rings that traffick hundreds of pounds of conch from the Bahamas to South Florida.
Eating a salad every day offers many health benefits. It is one of the simplest and healthiest food habits and contributes to the recommended daily serving of fruit and vegetables.