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Our Bermuda

Souvenir Searching – A Letter to the Editor of The Bermudian Magazine

The French language has transmitted so many lovely words into our vocabulary: paramour, soupçon and, ah, yes, pain au chocolat. But my favourite has always been souvenir—to remember, to recall. One of our Canadian provinces, Québec, even works the idea into its motto: Je me souviens—I will recall...our past, our language. Most of us, however, attach the word to those things we buy on our junkets away from home. We acquire souvenirs as little tokens of remembrance that keep us connected with fond memories of distant places. (more&he...

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A Food Lover’s Taste of Bermy Cuisine

This issue celebrates Bermuda’s myriad mouth-watering foods that have evolved over time along with new tastes that have awakened and revived the ever-growing culinary scene. (more…)

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Lunch Truck Love

Trucks, Wagons, Carts and Counters: a Who's Who in Lunchtime Cuisine. (more…)

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Saturday on the Farm

Elizabeth Jones pays a visit to Windybank's farmer's market. (more…)

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Fresh Fish

With the Atlantic Ocean on our doorstep, fresh local seafood is within reach year round - whether you catch it or someone else does. (more…)

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The Little Cottage

It's no secret to anyone that Bermuda is one of the most beautiful places in the world. In fact, the island has been used many times as the setting for books and Hollywood movies. The latest Bermuda-inspired story is illustrated children's book,...