I woke up on New Year’s Day with callaloo on my mind. A Sunday staple in many homes in T&T and across the Caribbean, it is often cooked with crab and shares space on the plate with rice, stewed chicken, macaroni pie, plantains, and ground provisions. Somehow, I
I can’t be in Trinidad for Carnival, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be getting into the spirit of it from afar. To all the revellers and masqueraders out there: have a fun and safe one!
My husband, T, is from The Bahamas – The beautiful Bahamas that can boast of more than seven hundred islands, rocks and cays. He grew up on Grand Bahama which is one of approximately thirty inhabited islands, but also lived in the capital of Nassau on New
Months of anticipation and longing were brought to an end over a period of ten days. Ten wonderful days that I was careful to savour because of, and despite, the swiftness of their passing. And there was truly much to relish on my recent trip to Trinidad: family, food, music, friends, warmth,