Flava magazine: Charcuterie and cheese offer food perfection

Flava 2015 Issue 2 charcuterie and cheese (Published in Flava 2015, issue 2) When it comes to entertaining a charcuterie board is a tasty, crowd-pleasing option that’s easy to assemble quickly. Add a delicious selection of cheeses and light bites and you have a party-friendly platter that has something for everyone. Though it’s easy enough … Continue reading Flava magazine: Charcuterie and cheese offer food perfection

Cayman Compass: Tapas offers small bites of deliciousness

(Published in the Cayman Compass Weekender, Friday, 3 July 2015) Tapas: small bites of deliciousness PDF I love tapas, not only for the informal, casual dining style that it lends itself to, but also for the fact that you get to try so many different dishes all in one sitting. Anchor & Den has recently … Continue reading Cayman Compass: Tapas offers small bites of deliciousness

Cayman Compass: Sundays just got tastier thanks to Catch

Catch brunch review PDF (Published in the Cayman Compass, Weekender, Friday, 29 May 2015) I’ve long been a fan of Sunday brunch. After all, who doesn’t enjoy whiling away the better part of a Sunday afternoon with a delicious smorgasbord of culinary delights, all washed down with a beverage, or two? Then, of course, there … Continue reading Cayman Compass: Sundays just got tastier thanks to Catch

Flava magazine: Cayman’s farm-to-table feasts

(Published in Flava magazine, spring issue, 2015) flava-2015-Caymans farm-to-table feasts PDF Supporting Cayman’s local farmers and fishermen is becoming central to a growing number of chefs and restaurants, with increasing numbers embracing the concept of farm-to-table. Cayman Cabana is one of the latest restaurants to host regular farm-to-table dinners, offering diners a delicious meal which … Continue reading Flava magazine: Cayman’s farm-to-table feasts

Flava magazine: Powered by water

(Published in Flava magazine, spring issue, 2015) flava-2015-powered by water PDF As I walk into an expansive greenhouse tucked out of sight off Frank Sound Road, I’m hit with a deliciously mouthwatering bouquet of fresh herbs. I’m meeting with Bruce Mico, part of the green-fingered team behind CayFresh – one of Cayman’s growing band of … Continue reading Flava magazine: Powered by water

Flava magazine: Inhaled, not drunk

(Published in Flava, issue 2, 2014) There’s a new craze among the cocktail crowd meaning you no longer have to actually drink your poison of choice. The newly launched Vaportini allows lovers of fine spirits to inhale their drink instead of drinking it the old fashioned way. It’s a trend that is catching on across … Continue reading Flava magazine: Inhaled, not drunk

Flava magazine: A chocolate lover’s dream

(Published in Flava, issue 2 2014) Norman Love Article His chocolates look more like brightly colored, delicate works of art. Pretty, bite-sized confections which look too good to eat. Well, almost. The man behind these decadent sweet treats is Norman Love, and he’s heading to Cayman for the highly anticipated epicurean festival, Cayman Cookout, where … Continue reading Flava magazine: A chocolate lover’s dream

Flava magazine: Harvesting nature’s bounty

Harvesting Nature's Bounty (Published in Flava magazine, issue 2, 2014) A delicious new retreat has opened its doors on Cayman Brac, embracing the farm-to-table movement in every sense of the word. Standing on the Bluff looking out at verdant vegetable boxes and flowering fruit trees heavy with Mother Nature’s bounty, it’s hard to imagine that … Continue reading Flava magazine: Harvesting nature’s bounty

Cayman Compass: Say ‘oui’ to The Bistro

(Published in the Cayman Compass Weekender, Friday, 31 October, 2014) http://www.compasscayman.com/caycompass/2014/10/31/Say---oui--to-The-Bistro/ For a delicious taste of France head to The Bistro, the latest restaurant to open along Seven Mile Beach. Located in the newly built Caribbean Plaza on West Bay Road, the inviting restaurant offers a selection of some of France’s most popular classic dishes, … Continue reading Cayman Compass: Say ‘oui’ to The Bistro