Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mom’s out there! Today is just for you. Now, that has been settled. To the rest of you, cook for your Mom or your Mom representative today. Quarantine has been hard and she is probably cooking and cleaning more than ever. Give her a break today and help out.

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,…

Make A ‘Must Eat’ List.

Coping with being indoors is hard. Missing your favorite foods sucks. But DO NOT pine. Sooner or later this will all be over, and you will be able to spend all your money on food again. Whenever you get a craving, write it down, assert that you will eat it again, let it go and…

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…

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…

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…

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….

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…