Bahamas Recipes: Frappé

Cool off with a frappé! There’s no wrong way to enjoy a frappé, but there is an authentic way of making one. The original frappé was invented in Greece in 1957. An employee couldn’t find hot water to make coffee on his break so they used cold water and ice instead, resulting in a delicious […]

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Bahamas Breakfast: Make-Ahead Recipes

Go ahead, hit the snooze button. How your morning goes can usually be an indication of how the rest of your day will progress. Having a good morning can mean smooth sailing for the rest of the day, when a bad morning can mean a rocky road ahead. A wise person once said, fail to […]

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Vegetarian Awareness Month

Happy World Vegetarian Awareness Month! On October 1, World Vegetarian Day is celebrated globally since the late 1970s. The day was designed to promote the life-enhancing possibilities of a vegetarian lifestyle.  It also seeks to bring awareness to the ethical, environmental, health, and humanitarian benefits of being vegetarian. World Vegetarian Day initiates the month as Vegetarian […]

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Bahamas Lunch: DIY Poke Bowl

Happy International Poke Day!  September 28 is International Poke Day. Don’t worry, this day isn’t about going around and getting poked by people. International Poke Day celebrates a classic Hawaiian dish called poke!  Poke is pronounced “poh-kay” and rhymes with okay. Its origins come from the islands of Hawaii. The word means “chunk” in Hawaiian […]

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Bahamas Recipes: Tofu

One of the most versatile plant-based ingredients is tofu. This simple block of soybeans can not only be transformed into a wide variety of dishes, but it also is a nutritional powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and protein. What is tofu? Tofu is bean curd made from soybeans. It comes in a variety of textures, from […]

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