Food & Drink

Food & Drink

10 Wonderful Wild Bermuda Edibles

From luscious loquats and lemon grass, to rosemary and pawpaws, Bermuda’s homegrown wild treats – often found roadside -  are abundant. Here’s our top ten wild fruits and herbs, where they came from and how to eat them.   1. Avocado - Persea gratissima  Introduced to Bermuda in 1835, the avocado hails from the West Indies. Trees bear, with luck, after three to four years August through November. Because they are “self sterile,” the avocado is nearly impossible to pollinate…


Recipes

Chocolate Avocado Cake

There’s no better (or more delicious!) way to utilize a perfectly ripe avocado.   Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups avocado 3 tablespoons coconut oil, melted 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 tablespoons coconut milk 3 tablespoons raw honey 2 eggs, room temperature…


Sarah Wight

Roasted Cherry Tomato, Cilantro and Lentil Salad

I love this salad, mostly for lunches with a side of wild smoked salmon, or for dinner with grilled fish. It also hold up nutritionally alone, so is great alone, too. Slow roasted cherry tomatoes in a touch of olive…


Recipes

Old-Time Coconut Cakes

More candy than cake, really.   Ingredients: 2 cups sugar 2 cups brown sugar 2 cups grated, unsweetened coconut 1/2 cup water 1 tsp ginger (or more if you prefer) 2 tbsp Gosling's Black Seal Rum (don't add if serving…


Food & Drink

13 Iconic Bermuda Eats

Bermudians both young and old can appreciate our gastronomic traditions that reflect our island culture and maritime history. Here are 13 we think are the most iconic.   1. Fresh Fish Bermuda is one of the best places to eat…

Recipes

Pineapple-Jalapeno Margarita

Happy Friday! Ingredients: 1/2 oz agave 1 1/2 oz lime juice 1-2 jalapeño slices 2 1/2 oz tequila 2 1/2 oz Pineapple Juice Directions: In a cocktail shaker or sturdy mixing glass, add the lime juice, agave and jalapeño slices.…