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Sticky Business
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Sticky Business

The quintessential family-run business, Sweet SAAK Bakery started when owner Kamilah Cannonier returned from pastry school and started creating her delectable treats in her mom’s kitchen and selling them at the Farmer’s Market. Before long, she’d developed a loyal following and was able to open the St. George’s bakery in 2012, earning four Best of Bermuda Awards, a VIP Award nomination, numerous articles and a strong social media presence since. The name of the store derives from the first letters…


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From Menace to Main Course

Lionfish are not supposed to be in the Western Atlantic and are considered an invasive species in local waters. The term “invasive species” means they have been unnaturally introduced to an environment where they are not normally found and exhibit…


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The New Devil’s Isle Cafe

If yummy mummies were a positive economic indicator, the owners and staff at Devil’s Isle Cafe on Burnaby Lane would rightly be very optimistic about the future of their business. The restaurant has captured both the corporate and the young…


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Yes, Chef!

The Bermuda Hospitality Institute's 2nd Annual Rising Chef of the Year competition occurs during the last two weeks of October, with the finals held on November This sell-out event takes place over five nights: four nights of semifinals with chefs…


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Debut in Dockyard

With everything freshly baked and brewed, The Dockyard Pastry Shop is way beyond "coffee and a doughnut." It's no secret that Dockyard has recently experienced a renaissance of sorts. Mega cruise ships have disembarked thousands of tourists at the historical…