We return with a new “Do it like a Grenadian” blog post. Easter is celebrated all around our fascinating globe in different ways. In Grenada this time of year does not revolve around easter bunnies and colorful eggs as it is often portrayed in the western world. We have our unique way of doing things … More Do it like a Grenadian: 5 Ways to Celebrate Easter
Grenada gained national independence from Britain a mere 43 years ago on February 7th 1974. Like a typical Caribbean island we possess an extra ordinary amount of national pride. Leading up to our independence day celebrations Grenadians become extra Grenadian. Here are 5 ways you can celebrate our national independence in like a Grenadian: Cook … More Do it like a Grenadian: 5 Ways to Celebrate Grenada’s National Independence like a true Grenadian
Head Chef Cardine is the creative force behind our new menu at Dodgy Dock which was launched on September 1st 2016. Cardine, a born Grenadian, grew up in the countryside of Grenada and became passionate about food and cooking by spending time in the kitchen with her mother who prepared meals for the family. Cardine … More Meet the True Blue Personalities: Chef Cardine
There has been a lot of new and exciting things happening at True Blue Bay Boutique Resort over these past few weeks, with the most recent happening yesterday when we opened our new gym. Our guests had always expressed that they would love to have a gym as one of the amenities at our resort … More New Gym, New Menu and MORE!!!
Breadfruit, a key ingredient in Grenada’s national dish Oildown, was one of the main ingredients in this week’s cooking session. On the menu was Creole Chicken with Breadfruit Pie. Our cook Esther gave some useful facts about breadfruit. She explained that once a ‘full’ (mature) breadfruit is picked it could ripen within a few hours … More Cooking Session: Creole Chicken with Breadfruit Pie
The last two cooking sessions at True Blue Bay with Esther and Omega were a delight for all who were present. It was back to back dishes made with callaloo and oh how tasty it was! Callaloo, a local leaf vegetable, is commonly used as a side dish in Grenada and can be found in almost … More Callaloo Delight
On the menu, in Esther and Omega’s last class for the year 2011 was “Fish Baked in White Wine”, an excellent meal to ring in the new year. Ingredients: 10 slices of fish (bone or boneless) 1 cup white wine 1pkt Blue band or Anchor butter (melted) 5 tbsp flour 10 local seasoning peppers (coarsely … More Esther & Omega’s Cooking Class: Fish Baked in White Wine