Foodie Caribbean

Foodie Caribbean is all about cuisine, recipes, restaurants & anything FOODIE

This Foodie Caribbean page covers tasty Caribbean titbits we come across during our travels, it’s all about Caribbean cuisine, Caribbean restaurants and gourmet snippets. Keep us informed of anything Caribbean that is mouth-watering!

If you haven’t yet got the taste for Caribbean cuisine, you soon will if you opt for one of many Caribbean culinary experiences available on a number of islands in the Caribbean. Savour the unique flavours of the Caribbean, learn the art of Caribbean cooking and experience a Caribbean cooking adventure.

There are Caribbean vacation cooking tours to several Caribbean islands. Stay in private villas for hands-on cooking courses or stay in luxury Caribbean hottels offering in-house culinary demonstrations and foodie experiences. Get a taste for Caribbean food festivals or even hop on a luxury yacht for a combined sailing and cooking vacation.

Some Foodie Caribbean snippets we want to share

Lancaster Great House – Sundays, Thursdays & Fridays

John Chandler and his wife Rain, previously owners of Fisherpond Great House –¬†renowned for their amazing Bajan Sunday lunches held there, have moved to Lancaster Great House in St James. They offer a Planter’s buffet lunch on Sundays, a West Indian buffet on Thursday nights, and a dinner party on Fridays (hosted by John) at Lancaster Great House. The house is elegantly furnished and full of old world charm, and the gardens are exotic. Book well in advance if you’re thinking of going… it’s popular.

Foodie Caribbean flying fish recipe – how to cook flying fish ‘Barbados style’

Mix together:

a grated onion
a chopped green pepper
a blade or two of chopped chives
seasoning (thyme, parsley, salt, pepper)
a few drops of lime juice

Spread this mixture over the meaty side of the fish. Let rest for one hour, then dip fish into beaten egg then breadcrumbs and fry gently in a little oil for around 6-8 minutes. Serve with wedges of lime or lemon.

Foodie Caribbean rum punch recipe

As the Caribbean is the rum hotspot, we can’t forget any recipes that contain rum. Try our our favourite Caribbean rum punch recipe, mixed to suit your own taste – ingredients can vary, try mixing and matching, but just keep to those right measures…

1 measure of something sour (i.e. lime juice, lemon juice)
2 measures of sweet (syrup cocktail mix)
3 measures of strong (Caribbean rum… of course!)
4 measures of weak (i.e. lemonade, ginger beer, water)

Grate some fresh nutmeg over the top and add a dash of Angostura bitters. Delicious!

Some foodie Caribbean articles and snippets you might like to read

Foodie Caribbean Anguilla gourmet island

Gourmet island, small in size, big on food

This gourmet island is surrounded by a sea so turquoise you’d love a dress to match, soft sand whiter than white, and gastronomy so delectable that taste buds go berserk…
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Foodie Caribbean book review Taste of the Caribbean

‘Taste of the Caribbean’ – book review

A very tasty Caribbean cookery book containing 70 recipes from all over the Caribbean, with step-by-step ‘how to’ instructions and mouth-watering colour photography
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