Food in Guyana Overwhelming and appreciative

Hi Everyone, Every time I come back home for a visit I have to readjust my senses to the abundance of food, especially at the markets. I quickly become overwhelmed and often find myself rooted in one spot, unsure where to turn and from which stall to buy.

Let me explain.

20140607cynthia nelsonWhen I shop at the weekly markets in Barbados, there are fresh fruits, vegetables and produce but not on the scale or variety that it is available in Guyana, daily. In Barbados things are there in small to average quantities, but in Guyana there are large stacks and piles of food, and you see this repeated stall after stall. I have been living away for so  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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