5 Grenadian Christmas Traditions

Every country and culture that celebrates Christmas has its own unique traditions. Most of our fondest Christmas memories are from childhood, before the  pressure of making Christmas happen with; cleaning, entertaining, cooking and shopping set in. Christmas in Grenada and the Caribbean is no exception. In early December we walked around the resort shooting our … More 5 Grenadian Christmas Traditions

Meet the True Blue Personalities: Chef Cardine

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

Callaloo Delight

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

Esther & Omega’s Cooking Class: Fish Baked in White Wine

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

Christmas in Grenada

Pull off the gloves, hang up the coats and put away those boots! Christmas in Grenada is pleasantly warmer. Don’t expect snow covered roof tops, trees and sidewalks; the only thing coated in white are the beautiful, sandy shores. In Grenada, carolers don’t sing outside your door… no… expect the parranderos singing parang while strumming … More Christmas in Grenada