My Process for Eating Seafood on The American West Coast.

Going up the American West Coast, you will notice one thing. See food here, See food there, Seafood everywhere. Every place has an award winning something and more chowders in bread bowls than you want to imagine. There is a lot of excellent fresh seafood around, but is it necessary to have 3 identical places…

St. George Spirits Tour

St. George is an American company that specializes in craft spirits. They make everything from vodka to whiskey to absinthe. The factory is pretty magnificent, their operation is pretty impressive but where they really stand out is their creativity. They will make any alcoholic beverage for you, once it piques their interest. California Citrus Vodka,…

Eating Offal In Adelaide, Australia

I entered timidly trying not to draw too much attention to myself. Just enough so that I could get  a seat. I contemplated whether or not I was underdressed for the occasion, but the food looked good enough to take the risk. The menu was made up primarily of offal meats made delectable. I’ve eaten…

Dinner at the Factory

Eating at The Factory, Trinidad, is akin to going to a B-movie that you know you will never watch again. Thinking back on the experience it was a good time although there were many flaws in their execution. The industrial feel of the Factory is well curated to create their modern sports bar feel, however…

The Current State of Affairs

The truth is this blog has not turned out the way that I wanted it to. I wanted it to be a place where I jotted down pearls of wisdom about the culinary world that held massive amounts of perception, which I couldn’t even see the value of until everyone praised it for being incredibly…

My 5 Favorite Places to Eat in Barbados

1. Nishi Hands down, Nishi gets my award for the Best Restaurant in Barbados. I love the food, the setting and the location are all perfect. I’ve been here so many times when I walk through the door, it doesn’t take long to feel at home. The vibe is upscale but completely unpretentious, while serving…

The Baconk.

  How do you solve a problem like the Baconk? This dish has been such a polarizing topic in our society. So much so, that I almost wish it didn’t exist. Almost. Conkies are a Barbadian Independence Day Tradition. These pastel like treats are, made with cornmeal, coconut, pumpkin, sweet potato and sometime raisins (depending…

This Is Where It Starts.

Welcome. This was an accident. However, hopefully we can turn it into a good accident. The basic idea is to share ideas around food and eating. For lack of a better term we will call this experiment a food blog, but more than anything, this was be an exercise in researching, questioning and enjoying all…