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Issue 102

Issue 102

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Illustration by Tessa Alexander

The hottest cup of tea

Sipping her favourite brew on the verandah long ago, Leone Redman stored up treasured memories and learned a lesson for life.

Fidel Castro: score one to the maximum leader

The Mariel Boatlift brought bad news for Miami and for Jimmy Carter. James Ferguson explains the craft – in more senses than one – of the Cubans.

Hillsborough Bay from Mount Royal. Photograph by Paul Crask

Carriacou: voyage to world’s end

You can walk around the tiny island of Carriacou in a day, but you won’t exhaust its charms, says Paul Crask, back from his strolling tour.

Tabbouli is an Arabic salad, made with chopped parsley, bulgur, mint, tomatoes, onions, and other seasonings. Photograph by Andrea De Silva. All dishes prepared by Lawrence of Arabia, Trinidad

Feast from the East

The culinary traditions of the Caribbean’s Syrian-Lebanese community crossed the Atlantic with them a century ago....

Photograph by Desiree McEachrane

The search for the perfect patty

It has a spicy meat filling, wrapped in a flaky, delicious yellow crust that melts in your mouth. But where can you find a real patty outside Jamaica?.

Jazz on the gallery at Holders House. Photograph courtesy Corrie Scott

Happenings (March/April 2010)

A round-up of current events on the Caribbean calendar.

Photograph courtesy Being Sustainable

Being green

The owners of Tobago’s Villa Being have created a new line of environmentally furniture. You’ll never guess what it’s made from.

Guy Fieri (right) with Pamela Jacob from Pam`s Kitchen on Fieri`s television show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Photograph courtesy Anjuli Jacob

Aunty Pam: spicing up Seattle

Folks in the Pacific North-West of the USA regularly enjoy roti and aloo pies at Pam’s Kitchen....

Addison Richardson. Photograph by Kendall Dupersoy

Out of the shadows: Addison Richardson

Judy Fitzpatrick shines a spotlight on singer Addison Richardson, known as Shadowman to his fans in St Maarten.