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Wine service with flair

It’s not just the great chefs, professional waiters and delicious and diverse foods served in the restaurants that help make Grand Cayman a hotspot for culinary delights in the Caribbean; it’s also the excellent...

Yummm… is for marshmallow

Made the old-fashioned way, by hand and with infinite care, the upmarket gourmet range currently consists of Caribbean-inspired coconut, passion fruit and rum, as well as peppermint, rose water, and chocolate chip varieties.Delectably fluffy,...

Editor’s Picks – Culinary must-haves for effortless cooking

Hot Wok by Breville Love Asian food? Then this wok by Breville is a kitchen must-have. Designed to provide the same high-heat as a traditional wok powered on a gas flame, this handy countertop wok...

Solomon and the bees

Dribble it, drizzle it and slather it on toast, fresh fruit, into smoothies, marinades, coffee: Cayman’s all abuzz about Reagan’s Honey.The only product made by insects that humans eat, honey is harvested by bee-loving...

Top 10 breakfast spots in Grand Cayman

Brunch may get all the buzz, but breakfast has its own charms. A daily ritual, the first meal of the day can often be rushed but the weekends allow for a more leisurely pace....

Superfoods for a super diet

Supermarket branding and nutritional blogs rave about “superfoods.” But what exactly are these seemingly superior provisions? While there is no official scientific definition, the Oxford English Dictionary states that superfoods are a “food considered...

Appetizing apps

Let’s Chef If watching cooking programs gives you a hankering to try your hand at home creations, the Let’s Chef app is an excellent place to start. First of all, it’s free, which means you...

Cutting edge design

Surf wear, skateboards and cutting boards may not seem like a natural trio, but for Richie Franks it’s a no brainer.Richie, owner of local screen printers Cayman Print Works and surf-wear brand So-Chlo, also...

Books and Cooks

Soup Swap - Comforting Recipes to Make and ShareKathy Gunst Is there anything more comforting than soup? A good soup or stew is like a hug that you swallow, the perfect thing to bring along...

COOKING WITH: Coconut

4 easy ways Lauded for its health benefits and the versatility with which it can be used, coconut is truly a superfood in more ways than one. Its meat is high in medium chain fatty...

Second course for Table Talk Food Awards

The annual Table Talk Food Awards is gearing up to make its return to Cayman.Scheduled to take place on Nov. 10 at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort, the event, organized by the Best...

Festive tipples

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year are just around the corner.We’ve rounded up a selection of our favorite tipples to stock your drinks cabinet with.  2005 Taylor Fladgate Quinta De Terra Feita Port Quinta de Terra...

What’s Cooking?

Lola Bistro’s ‘Feast Without the Fuss’Eatery, Lola Bistro, is once again offering their popular “Feast Without the Fuss” this festive season. Available for both Thanksgiving (Nov. 26 and 27th) and Christmas (Dec. 24 and...

Local ingredients infused with a Southern twist

Renowned American chef Edward Lee delighted diners at this year’s annual Slow Food Day.Organized in partnership by the Cayman chapter of Slow Food - a global organization dedicated to raising awareness of where our...

‘Restaurant Takeover’

Nutritionist, fitness coach and model Nadine Dumas recently held a “Restaurant Takeover” where she taught guests how to make guilt-free choices while dining out. Held at Abacus restaurant, Camana Bay, Nadine, along with Abacus...

Shooting the breeze with Eric Ripert

Famed seafood chef Eric Ripert of the iconic New York restaurant, Le Bernadin, is a familiar face in Cayman. His restaurant, Blue by Eric Ripert, at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, is the Caribbean’s only...

Ditching the dairy

There are a few reasons why consumers may search out non-dairy alternatives to milk. Some may not enjoy the taste, others may prefer to steer clear of animal products, and others may have allergies...

Cookware King

Founded some 90 years ago, the allure of Le Creuset, arguably the world’s most iconic cookware brand, remains untarnished in a sector where competition to be top of the pots is hot.

Chef Will O’hara – Celebrating farm-to-table dining

Celebrating its seventh anniversary, Abacus in Camana Bay is breezing past the seven-year itch with a renewed focus on farm-to-table cuisine, thanks to newly installed head chef, Will O’Hara.A farm-to-table stalwart, Will is helping...

Cooking With Garlic

4 Easy WaysA favorite ingredient in Mediterranean cooking, embedded in vampire folklore, and boasting a plethora of beneficial health effects, it is no surprise that this bulbous and piquant plant of the onion family...