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Gourmet Caribbean cuisine for the culinary curious
Gourmet Caribbean cuisine for the culinary curious

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The all-inclusive, all-VIP "Taste the Islands Experience". Saturday, June 2 at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society. Tickets are $95 before May 27, $125 after. http://ttiexperience.com #ttix2018. See you there!
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Host Lisa Lee visited Mt Gay Rum Factory in Barbados. It's the oldest rum factory in the world. Bottom's up! :-)
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Get the recipe for Chef Thia's Churrasco with Chimichurri at
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Chef Irie's Grilled Lamb and Grilled Plantains Recipe
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Originally from the Spanish island of Majorca, the Puerto Ricans have made Mallorca a versatile delicacy which can be eaten by itself, as a meal accompaniment or used to make sandwiches. When baked the sweet dough of this Puerto Rican Sweet Bread is sprinkled with light powdered sugar! Yummy! Sign up for our newsletter to get recipes like this in your inbox every week ->> https://www.facebook.com/tastetheislands/app/152926008054123
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This rum-based, fruity and citrusy drink with a distinct banana liqueur highlight was named after the famous song, Yellow Bird. Sit back, relax and refresh yourself with this beautiful cocktail while listening to Harry Belafonte’s version (which essentially became the lyrical anthem for the Bahamas). Sign up for our newsletter to get recipes like this in your inbox every week ->> https://www.facebook.com/tastetheislands/app/152926008054123
Yellow Bird
Yellow Bird
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Traditional Jamaican Rice and Peas is a side dish made with white rice, kidney beans, coconut milk, herbs and spices. It complements every flavorful protein, from Oxtail to Brown Stewed Chicken. Sign up for our newsletter to get recipes like this in your inbox every week ->> https://www.facebook.com/tastetheislands/app/152926008054123
Jamaican Rice and Peas
Jamaican Rice and Peas
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The little baked or fried meat pies called Beef Empanadas are extremely popular in Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic. They may be called “Pastelillos de Carne” when you’re in these islands. They’re fairly easy to make and can be served as a snack, appetizer or complete meal. Sign up for our newsletter to get recipes like this in your inbox every week ->> https://www.facebook.com/tastetheislands/app/152926008054123
Beef Empanadas
Beef Empanadas
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Jamaican Fried Dumplings are a popular bread-style side. They are fit to accompany any meal throughout the day, but they’re usually enjoyed with breakfast. The dough is made with flour, baking powder and butter, and it’s easy to prep and fry up. There are other versions of these called “Bakes” found elsewhere in the Caribbean, but for Jamaicans, it’s all about the fried dumplings. Sign up for our newsletter to get recipes like this in your inbox every week ->> https://www.facebook.com/tastetheislands/app/152926008054123
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