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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 victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at The Battle of Puebla in 1862. Since Bermudian’s love any excuse, we’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo with 2 recipes from Rosa’s Cantina.   Mexican Tamales Ingredients: 8 sheets ear of corn 4 tablespoons butter 200 grams of maize fl...

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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...

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The Bermudian Cooks: Goat’s Cheese

We were very happy to see fresh Tucker’s Farm Goat’s Cheese at the farm last week, back after a seemingly long winter hiatus.  Also bountiful at the vegetable stand and in the grocery stores of late, super nutritious locally grown beets. ...

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The Bermudian Cooks: Salad with Nasturtium Flowers

Nasturtiums are blooming wildly around the island right now, which is always a pleasing sight. Liz Jones in “A Nose For Nasturtiums”, called the gorgeous flowers, “a feast to the sense of smell as well as sight”. She goes on to tell us, ...

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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 e...

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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 fa...