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Goat sliders

At Flavors of Curacao we introduced these sliders: half goat mince, half beef mince, a dash of fresh herbs and spices, a fresh roll and some sauce (of course) makes for a lovely goat slider. I learnt about the long bean fries at one of the lovely workshops at SpiceGirl. They’re lovely, crispy and with a […]

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Curacao

October 10th marks independence day for Curacao. For the last 5 years this island has been autonomous from the Dutch Kingdom, reason enough for a celebration! (Read the Dutch version in Jamie Magazine.)

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School holiday activities on Curacao

I’m so bored! I’ve got NOTHING to doooohooooo!!! Can I go on the i-Pad pleaeaeaease?!!?

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Eat Local Buy Local on Curacao

#EatLocal #BuyLocal is used by many foodies around the world to support the buying and consumption of local produce. I’ve said it before, most of the produce on Curacao gets imported from Europe, States or South America, or even further away.

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Farm to table on Curacao

I’m normally not that big on food hypes, but when it comes to Farm-to-Table hypes I’m all in! Although it seems to become more than a hype, Farm-to-Table is a very favourable hype for local farmers, local entrepreneurs and a great hype for Food Revolution Curacao.

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Squash It Sandwich

Whoop here it is! The signature dish for Food Revolution Day 2015! Honestly? At first I didn’t think this combination would be kid-proof, thank goodness I was sooooo wrong! This is just such a great sandwich and what a wonderful way to get your kids to smash and munch those crunchy veggies! Check it out […]

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Curacao classic: Bolo di Kashupete

The tropical evergreen cashew tree bears an apple like fruit, the actual cashew nut grows from the bottom of the cashew apple, and the nut is the only edible part of the fruit. One apple grows one fruit, which is why cashew nuts are relatively expensive. This cake has been around for many years on […]

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Food Revolution Day 2015

I’ve had the privilege to be part of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution for a few years now and this year is sure to become the best Food Revolution Day ever! We are creating a wave of real food awareness on the island together with my fellow Curacao ambassador Helmi Smeulders.

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Farmers Market on Curacao

This weekend marked the first Caribbean Spice Girl’s Farmers Market on Curacao; a place where locals display their local produce.

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Celebrating National Curry Week on Curacao

This week marks National Curry Week, what a great cause and such a lovely meal to have. We decided to try out Roti Mahaal on Curacao and took our kids with. When we walked in, we were greeted by a friendly smile. The menu is simple but catered for everyone’s likes and tastes. The kids didn’t want […]