Reading ‘Letters to a Young Chef’ by Daniel Boulud

Daniel Boulud is a French chef and restauranteur with decades of experience in the industry and several restaurants around the world. Chef Boulud has the type of career anyone could respect; starting at the bottom from a young age, working to the very top of his field. Through his book, ‘Letters to a Young Chef’,…

100 Followers!

After two years of hard work we are almost about to make a huge milestone for the blog. 100 Followers! We are currently at 99 followers and it would be awesome if we could make it to 100 followers today. Please like and share any past post you think your friends may like to read. Hopefully,…

Five Things Foodies Can Do In Quarantine.

Presently, everyone should be in some level of quarantine because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Nonetheless, life still has to go on. Eating out is off the table for most foodies however, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy great food.  If anything, this is an incredible opportunity to find out what really goes into creating the good…

Taking Back Sunday Lunch

Caribbean Sunday Lunch were essentially feasts. It was usually the one day everyone had off and people could actually relax, however there was no time for relaxing. The house must be cleaned and the food must be cooked. Everything usually got finished well after lunch but by that time there would be a feeling of…

How To Start Appreciating Wine

Bajans do not come from a grand wine tradition, we are rum drinkers. In countries such as France, Argentina and South Africa people grow up on wine, as a result they have a deep appreciation for wine, while we treasure spirits. Wine goes hand in hand with fine dinning, which can make it even more…

#ZeroHunger – Five Simple Things To Do

The theme this year for World Food Day is #ZeroHunger. This theme is about more than ending hunger, it is about thoughtful eating. Barbados is fortunate enough that most of our population has access to food, however the way we consume food is unsustainable. Our diets are made up of unhealthy foods that are damaging…

Happy Anniversary!

Two years of How We Eat! Thank you for being here and supporting us. This blog was a manic idea that has turned into two years of hard work. We appreciate every view, every like, every share and every comment. Every person in this community is awesome and we treasure all of you. If you…

Why I’m Going To Start Cooking More For My Loved Ones.

I’m trained in culinary and I love to cook but I do not particularly enjoy cooking for my family and friends. Actually, more than anything else it feels like a chore. The more I think about it, there are many reasons why I dislike cooking for my people. First of all, my food isn’t that…

Why Breakfast Parties Are The Worst.

There’s a new wave of different partying experiences; silent parties, cooler fetes, even party buses, but by far the worst trend right now is the breakfast party. I’m aware that for some people breakfast parties are a god-send, the perfect antidote to a boring party scene and fits into their schedule perfectly. That’s great and…

A Composting Journey.

Composting. Seems like a big topic. Gardening on a whole sometimes feels so overwhelming that it doesn’t seem worth it. Just buy all your food at the grocery store and don’t worry about it too much. Unfortunately, I am a glutton for punishment and I started a garden about a year ago with very limited…