One Person, One Dish

How We Eat took part in an online food presentation. Check out the video below. The first cook made Bajan Conkies while the second cook made Moon Cakes. Food is one of purest expressions of culture. ‘One Person, One Dish’ tries to bring together Chinese and Caribbean people through food. Sharing how favorite dishes from…

The Three Sisters Garden

Once upon a time, there were three wild sisters; Corn, Beans and Squash. They lived together in a field away from strangers. The sisters were all different but loved each other dearly. The first sister, Corn, was tall, beautiful and protective. While the second sister, Squash, enjoyed spending her time bathing in the sun and…

Why Haven’t You Been to Bento Box Yet?

Driving around Barbados these days is weird since we have been spending so much time indoors, it is hard to tell if all the places open now are new or if they just weren’t noticeable before. One new place everyone should be flocking to is, Bento Box in Warrens. It is a peculiar situation because…

100 Posts!

http://www.HowWeEat.net now officially has 100 Posts! This is a weird thing to post but I can’t believe we have made it here. 100 posts! Feels like one hell of an achievement. It has taken us quite some time. A few of the posts may not be up to scratch, but we got here all the…

The Unfortunate Dilemma of Getting a Hot Dog

It is just after midnight and my day is finally winding down. I’m not ready for bed but I am in bed, then my belly decides to rumble. I’m not terribly hungry but I worked out today and it seems like my body is demanding a little extra sustenance. I could really go for a…

Cooking As An Antidepressant

On family vacation in Orlando we were hanging out at the hotel pool. It was a crazy sunny day so we decided the best course of action was to sit by the pool and bake in the sun. The kids took this opportunity to go up and down the pool slide endlessly. After about two…

Always Return Food Containers With Something In Them.

Are parents supposed to teach you gratitude? They definitely teach you to be polite. When someone gives you something, you say, ‘Thank you’ but is that true gratitude? It is being polite and it is the appropriate reply but it doesn’t necessarily equate to being grateful. My parents did very well teaching me manners. I…

A Few Reasons I Love Food.

Knowing and cooking good food is a skill. A skill that you can learn with very little. Most of us are lucky enough to eat at least three times a day and that is three different opportunities to try something new. It won’t always be good but it will be something new and based on…