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Have you ever wondered what ingredients or which combination of spices created the marvelous aromas and flavors of Caribbean delights? 

What influenced these culinary masterpieces and how can I create them myself? And let’s not even start on the history of Rum  which was first distilled in the Eastern

Our Culinary excursions will include a hands-on- cooking classes, visits to the local farmers market, local shopping, a rum distillery tour, boat cruises and beach picnics with catered lunches, dining at local restaurants; with enough time for fun and beyond plus optional activities such as kayaking, horseback riding and spa treatments.

Here are a few ideas:

Antigua

Culinary treats antigua

 

Visit Antigua and discover its unique Culinary repertoire through a deep-sea fishing cruise, cooking class, farmers market tour, tropical mixology class, spa treatments and local island excursions. 

The Island of Antigua has culinary influences from the Spanish,French and the English. You will enjoy dishes such as the pepper pot, curried conch, seasoned rice, snapper in banana leaves, and their famous Antigua Black Pineapple pie. Antigua is famous for its world-renowned English Harbor five-year rum which received a gold medal award in the 2005 World Spirit competition held in San Francisco, ranking it as one of the best-tasting rums in the world.

Barbados

Culinary treats barbados

 

Barbados is also famous for its flying fish (Hirundicty Affins), a glistering silver like fish that glides out of the sea, swells with outstretched wings, into the waiting nets of the local fishermen.

Flying fish is prepared in various ways from flying fish pate to fried flying fish served with bajan cou cou (a cornmeal and okra mixture which is a native staple of Barbados and some of the other  Islands).

Dominica

Culinary treats dominica

 

Due to Dominica’s rich volcanic soil, it is an Island covered with natural edible foods from mangoes in various shapes and sizes, bananas, plantain, breadfruit, citrus fruits, avocados and coconuts.

The forests and rivers still provide wild meats, river fish, and crustaceans, many of which are no longer found on more of the developed Islands. These all come together to create the Island’s local cuisine with dishes such as Dominican Frog Leg’s, stuffed crab backs, creole crayfish, and

These all come together to create the Island’s local cuisine with dishes such as Dominican Frog Leg’s, stuffed crab backs, creole crayfish, and Titira Ackra. Expect to have your taste buds truly satisfied with Dominica’s scrumptious cuisine!