Hi Everyone, This week begins a 3-part series on hot peppers that are currently enjoying a bountiful season.
Guyana is known for a small round shiny pepper that’s packed with a unique floral-fruity flavour, and distinct aroma.
Eat and drink your belly full of sweet juicy watermelon but don’t toss the rind; cook it.
Cucumbers and watermelons belong to the same family, and just as all parts of a cucumber are edible, so too are all parts of a watermelon.
The season for huge, fist-sized, yellow to orange flesh, fragrant, juicy, sweet mangoes, will soon be upon us. The trees across the island are in varying stages – some full of blossoms, some densely populated with young fruit and others with branches bowing with the weight of those signalling that they will soon be ready to be picked.
Hi Everyone, You may be surprised to know that I rarely get a chance to eat some of my favourite dishes like fried rice, rice and peas, stewed chicken, potato salad, and chicken salad among other things.
The tomato season here in Barbados is short this year due to a prolonged dry spell, but I read recently that Guyana is enjoying a bounty of produce at excellent prices; more on that later.