Carnival on Curacao is celebrated with an abundance of colourful parades filled with feathers, shiny clothes and happy faces. Colours are everywhere, all the time! Let’s explore what the farm has to offer this carnival holiday on Curacao!
These days are just crazy right? two days school, three days off, or worse (for parents) one day school, one day off, three days school…. the logistics! Really! But no complaining from this side as we are blessed to be living on a Caribbean island so diverse as Curacao is. So we embrace those ‘funny’ […]
Farm-to-table (or farm-to-fork, and in some cases farm-to-school) is a social movement which promotes serving local food at restaurants and school cafeterias, preferably through direct acquisition from the producer.
Holiday time! Although only 3 extra days, it’s still 3 extra days you can spend outdoors on the farm!
I’ve had a few Grow your Own projects on the go and we’ve learned from every project, as tending for an edible garden on Curacao isn’t as straight forward as it seems. Gardening in general is a challenge in this tropical climate, let alone growing and caring for vegetable plants. So I’ve decided to take […]
The location might be a bit unusual as you wouldn’t expect a Farmers’ Market at a boulevard, but this is Curacao: most stuff you’d never expect happen here 🙂
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.)
I’m so bored! I’ve got NOTHING to doooohooooo!!! Can I go on the i-Pad pleaeaeaease?!!?
Can you believe it? Mid-season holidays are almost upon us…. and we’re only 3 months away from Christmas (yay!)
Last Saturday I hosted the first ever Farm-to-Table workshops for kids on Curacao. On the grounds of Hofi Cas Cora we set up some picnic benches, a two plate stove and a whole lot of goodies to cook up a storm.