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The Bermudian Cooks: Bailey’s Bay Fish Sandwich

With the Atlantic Ocean on our doorstep, fresh local seafood is within reach year round - whether you catch it or someone else does. Depending on the weather, tuna and wahoo are most abundant in spring and fall, but they grace tables at other times. Red hind - limited to 10 per day for recreational fishermen - is usually more abundant from May through August, while delicious red and lane snappers are caught year-round, depending on the fisherman's skill.   Let's face it, everyone loves a Bermuda fish sandwich. Whether it means a...


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The Bermudian Cooks: Black Seal Rum Chocolate Black Cake

In the Caribbean, a black cake is a dark, gingery fruitcake. This version, however, is a fruity, rum and chocolate cake. Rum has long been synonymous with festive drinks and warm, sunny islands. But its sweet, sugary base has over time easily...


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The Bermudian Cooks: Chutneys

Just about anybody can heat up a hot dog, burn a burger, char' the chicken, or massacre some marshmallows - but it takes a little imagination to be a Houdini of the grill. Not that it is really magical; more just remembering that anything that c...


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The Bermudian Cooks: Bermuda Strawberries

It's a fact: nothing beats Bermuda-grown produce. Besides the economic and societal benefits of supporting our local farmers, you're guaranteed a much more tasty experience than you would emptying your pocket book for imported fruits and veggies...


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The Bermudian Cooks: Cinco de Mayo

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo is all about having fun. In the United States and other locations around the world, Cinco de Mayo (“the fifth of May” in Spanish) is observed as a date of Mexican heritage and pride. The date commemorates the victor...

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The Bermudian Cooks: Bermuda Onion Soup

The famous Bermuda onion, popular the world over, is known for its sweet taste and a flavour so mild some say you can eat them like apples! Although Bermuda farmers no longer produce enough to export, this spring the local variety will crop up i...