Fish is never far from the mind when thinking of food in Barbados. Despite the small diversity of species, it is a staple in our diet, important to our economy and historically of great cultural importance as we see every year at the Oistins Fish Festival. Not wanting to miss
Mango lovers across the island rejoice – the season has officially started! 😀 We hope you enjoy them and the rest of the amazing fruits in season this month.
2017 is the first year that World Tuna Day will be internationally recognised to highlight the critical role that tuna plays on sustainable development and food security in many countries around the world. To mark the occasion, why not try try to eat less tuna during the first week of
In April, we met up with Melvyn Jordan – an organic farmer, permaculturist, husband and father of two to find out a bit about sustainable farming techniques, the future of food in Barbados and the best way to cook organic okras! What do you grow? Cassava, soy beans, okras, herbs,