Bahamas Lunch: Nachos

October 21st is International Day of the Nacho! Nachos were originally called “Nacho’s Special” because they were invented by a man named Nacho. Ignacio “El Nacho” Anaya prepared an inventive dish for his usual customer consisting of fried tortilla chips, melted Colby cheese, and pickled jalapeno slices. In celebration of this day, we’ve gathered some […]

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Bahamas Recipes: Guava Duff Mug Cake

Guava duff in minutes? Well, not exactly. This fake-it recipe is easy, delicious, and only takes a few minutes to prepare. It’s also a much lighter version without all the white sugar, eggs and replaces butter with heart-healthy almond butter.  Mug cakes are easy, shortcut cakes that are microwaved in a mug rather than baked […]

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Bahamas Recipes: Gluten-Free Banana Bread

This bread is bananas!  This perfectly sweet and moist banana bread uses gluten-free flour, low GI coconut sugar, and no butter, oil, or eggs. It’s practically healthy food!  Super ripe bananas are used to sweeten this bread. Rather than using white sugar or syrups, less than a cup of coconut sugar is used. The oil […]

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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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