Chef Alliance works year round to promote locally-based chefs who actively engage small-scale producers and promote good quality local and sustainably produced food. These chefs use seasonal indigenous food, helping to raise awareness of traditionally bajan fruits, vegetables, ground provisions and other products. Changing the menu to support out local food system and increase food security. We work to forge relationships between chefs and producers, creating the important foundations to defend our local food heritage. During this 2020 pandemic the Chef Alliance has come together provide wholesome soup to those in need through the Slow Soup drive.
What We Do
Taste Education links with the Slow Food Educational Garden project. Showing students simple, tasty ways to prepare the produce they grow. The Chef Alliance also educates students on issues facing the food industry in Barbados.
Slow Soup Drive
Slow Food Barbados Chef Alliance, a dedicated group of chefs working with the assistance of farmers, grocers, restaurants and businesses in Barbados, have come together in partnership with the Parish Independence Committees and with guidance from the Barbados Red Cross to start a Soup Drive.
Our home made, garden fresh, locally sourced events such as the Green Summit, Farm to Table, Barbados Independant Film Festival Cine Cuisine, Multi National Fair, Educational Gardens and Farm to Chef, Farm Markets, Lion Fish Derby and Annual Fundraising events.