Please Eat Healthy During The COVID-19 Crisis.

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis is a global concern that can make you feel helpless. While one person can not solve the problem alone, each person has the power to manage their personal situation. The World Health Organization (WHO) has outlined basic advice for the general public such as, regular washing of hands, social distancing and…

A Review of the Barbados Food and Rum Festival 2019.

In 2018 I was very vocal about not going to The Barbados Food and Rum Festival (you can read that article here). As a result, I made a serious effort to attend the 2019 Food and Rum Festival. I went to almost every night. The only night I missed was the ‘Gourmet Safari’ which is…

Why Is Champers So Successful?

If you live in Barbados, at some point you have probably dined at Champers or at least wanted to go there for dinner. Champers is a fine dining restaurant on the South Coast of Barbados with a lovely view overlooking the sea. It is a staple on the Bajan food scene, but how did this…

Eat Pizza When You Are Heatbroken.

The thing is, pizza is great, and heart break is horrible. In my experience, if you mix the two, you pretty much break even. Sure you can eat something healthier but will that make you happier? Probably in the long run, since your health may improve over time with a good diet. But right now,…

Travel: Trinidad.

We are planning a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. I used to visit frequently but I haven’t been there in years. They have some of the best Caribbean food in the region. It is goin to be a blast getting back into it. We need recommendations on things too try that might not be common….

Happy Valentine’s Day From How We Eat.

Happy Valentine’s Day from How We Eat. Remember today isn’t about relationships, it’s about love. Try to show a little bit of love in everything you do. I recommend only eating things you love today. Love dessert? Order six pieces of cake. Like alcohol? Ten shots. Into tacos? Taco-down the whole menu. Whatever you do….

Is ‘Please Like Me’ actually a food show?

*SPOILER ALERT* ‘Please Like Me’ is an Australian comedy/drama (dramedy?) that follows main character, Josh, around for four seasons. The critically acclaimed series touches on subjects such as, mental health, lgbt+ and millennial issues. Doesn’t sound like a foodie show? However, I have a theory that it is in fact a food show. For example,…

Making Pasta With Chef Rhea Gilkes

As a foodie there is nothing better than getting to cook with a chef. It is the closest you can get to learning from a professional without actually working in a restaurant. I was lucky enough to win a blogging competition with Slow Food Barbados’ ‘Slow Seven Local Food Competition’ which meant I got a…

Happy Chinese New Year.

  Happy Chinese New Year! The Chinese New Year is based on the Lunar New Year. It isn’t very significant to many people, but in my family it is an important event. Yet another reason for us to gather; eating, drinking and celebrating what is to come next. If you needed an excuse to order…

‘Culture In A Bowl’ in Caribbean Starter Scene!

This month we are in Caribbean Starter Scene! Ten Habitat‘s online magazine is all about connecting Caribbean entrepreneurs, highlighting people who are doing innovative work. ¬†We were fortunate enough to write the cover article ‘Culture in a Bowl.’ Getting to sit down with Kim and Dwight of ‘Yelluh Meat’ and talk to them about Bajan…