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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, “the common name originates from the Latin words for nose—nasus—and for twisted—tortus. That’s because their pungent smell was supposed to make the nose twist.  I actually love the smell—it’s fresh and peppery, a real invitation to the…


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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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Cooking with Rum

Rum has long been synonymous with festive drinks and warm, sunny islands. But its sweet, sugary base has over time easily extended itself to become an integral addition to a host of delicious desserts. This spirit has also made its…


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Cheers to Somerset!

Cheers to the West End with this Somerset-inspired cocktail perfect for Cup Match celebrations.   Ingredients: 5 parts Bourbon 8 parts cranberry juice 1 part black raspberry liqueur 1 dash lime juice 3 whole raspberries 5 whole blueberries 1 whole…

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Cheers to St. George’s!

Cheers to the East End with this St. George's-inspired cocktail perfect for Cup Match celebrations.   Ingredients: 1 oz vodka 1 oz Blue Curacao liqueur Lemonade Blueberries   Directions: Pour vodka and curacao over ice in a highball glass. Fill…