Gas stoves? Some West Berbicians not trading in mud ovens

Although times have changed with persons baking in gas ovens, some in West Berbice are still up keeping the tradition of baking their Christmas cake in a mud oven owned by someone in the village.

With just a few coconut shells to get the fire going, the residents see it as a way of saving money.

They also said the oven saves time because it can accommodate a lot more cake at one time.

Collette Thom of Number 4 Village is accustomed to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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