Shrimp Tacos

This one is for the seafood lovers! I had fun making these shrimp tacos and adding my little twists, which turned out incredibly tasty. These tacos are filled with creamy guacamole, a zesty salsa, tasty shrimp and sweet plantains! If you are allergic to shelled fish, other great substitutes include fried flying flying fish or […]

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Yelluh Meat vs. Roast

Roasting breadfruit is a traditional Caribbean method to prepare this juicy and nutritional ground provision. Almost found in anyone’s yard around Barbados, Breadfruit trees are one of nature’s healthiest natural starches. Rich in dietary fiber, it is considered to be a “cholesterol controller”. When these gems are fully ripened, their “meaty” flesh resembles a creamy […]

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London Trip Flavas

Now this post is long overdue, but I have to apologize because since I returned home to Barbados, I have gotten quite busy! Not to mention I recently celebrated my 26th birthday, and I can honestly say it was one of my best ones yet 🙂 During my visit to my sister Rachel in London, […]

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Mo’s Grill ‘Oistins’

Mo’s Grill is located in the popular town called Oistins on the South Coast. Oistins is especially known for its local fish market and the popular ‘Oistins Friday Night Fish Fry’ – where lots of food stalls are serving up fresh seafood, there is live music and lots of activity. At Mo’s Grill & Bajan […]

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Steamed Flying Fish

If you’re a Bajan reading this then you already know what Flying Fish is, and it’s historical meaning to our country Barbados. For my international visitors, flying fish are tiny fish which can make powerful, self-propelled leaps into the air, using their wing-like fins to glide considerable distances over the water’s surface. This uncommon ability […]

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Bajan Fish Cakes

If you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing appetizer, then fish cakes are the perfect combination of savory, crispy, fluffy, and light! These meatless little puffs of joy are filled with chunks of cod (salt fish) and monuments of fresh herbs. This Bajan treat is an island-wide favorite, which is commonly served at parties and events. Impress […]

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