Very rare will you find a post on here that’s not a recipe, but after speaking with Chris from Food & Drink Caribbean I felt compelled to share the amazing work they’re doing promoting the cuisine of islands such at Antigua, St Kitts & Nevis and Dominica. I always tell people that if when I move back to the Caribbean and if I didn’t end up in my country of birth Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua would be my next choice. We been fortunate enough to have visited a number of the Caribbean islands while cruising and Antigua is etched in my mind as a true island paradise. The people, natural beauty and lifestyle are all amazing. BTW, you must visit Darkwood beach… I don’t want to say much more to have it over-run by tourists 🙂 (like me)
Rather than go on about the long conversation Chis and I had about what Caribbean Food and Drink is all about and what his partners (and friends) main goals are behind the website and magazine, here’s a teaser video they have for their upcoming DVD release:
If you live, visit or plan on visiting Antigua, St Kitts and Nevis and /or Dominica (Not Dominican Republic) be sure to pick up a copy of the restaurant guide the people at Caribbean Food and Drink publish on a yearly basis. I believe it’s free on the islands and if you’re a foodie like me, you’ll get an insight into the respective island’s dining options. BTW, maybe I can convince one of you guys to grab me a copy while you’re down there?
Couple pics from our visit to Antigua (first one is Darkwood beach and the 2nd is from the top of Shirley Heights)
Please take a moment to check out the Caribbean Food and Drink website and mention that Chris from CaribbeanPot.com sent you.