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22 Things With Sarah Wight

Sarah is a qualifying Nutritional Therapist (summer 2019), recipe contributor for The Bermudian magazine and teaches a seasonal cooking class series ‘Eating at Our Island Table’ at the Chef Shop. She is a Nutrition Associate and Lab Co-coord...


Bermuda Bananas: Unbaked Banana Chocolate Cream Pie

Bermuda bananas, as they are fondly known to locals, have become an essential part of the Bermudian diet and culture, thanks to their sweet flavour and versatility in cooking. Technically called Dwarf Cavendish bananas, the fruit was originally ...


The Bridges of Bermuda

Today, people who travel from A to B in Bermuda by boat are few and far between. Most of us take to the roads, often oblivious of how many bridges over water we have to cross in order to traverse the island from tip to tip. It’s odd to think t...


Savory Spinach and Artichoke Rolls

Ingredients: 16 oz pizza dough 1 block of extra firm tofu 5 cloves garlic 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 2 cups baby spinach 1 1/2 cups artichokes, chopped 2 tsp oil Salt and pepper to taste   Directions: Prehea...


Peppercorn Ceremony 2019: 5 Things to Know

The Peppercorn Ceremony is an annual event held in late April in the town of St. George's. Each year since 1816 (and with much pomp and circumstance) the Freemasons have handed over one peppercorn to his Excellency the Governor in exchange for u...


The Wreck of the Sea Venture: The Untold Story

It is easy for Bermudians to assume the wreck of the ship Sea Venture is a stirring yarn that begins with a hurricane and ends with the captain of the ship, Sir George Somers, on his deathbed, asking that his heart be buried in the islands he ha...

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