Food/Cooking

Minister Gray promotes local commercial farmer

February 04, 2016

Empowering commercial farmers to participate in feeding the nation has been a long-term endeavour of the Bahamas Government towards sustaining national development.

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Minister Gray promotes local commercial farmer

February 03, 2016

Empowering commercial farmers to participate in feeding the nation has been a long-term endeavour of the Bahamas Government towards sustaining national development.

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Ed Fields to wear new hat for an historic hour - Auctioneer for a cause

February 02, 2016

He’s been the familiar voice with a deep resonance and a biting wit, but for one hour radio host and tourism product activist Ed Fields is going to take on a new role, live auctioneer for a cause.

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Ed Fields to wear new hat for an historic hour- Auctioneer for a Cause
Ed Fields to wear new hat for an historic hour- Auctioneer for a Cause

February 02, 2016

He’s been the familiar voice with a deep resonance and a biting wit, but for one hour radio host and tourism product activist Ed Fields is going to take on a new role, live auctioneer for a cause.

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Come ye! Come ye! Trinkets and Treasures National Fair Live Auction
Come ye! Come ye! Trinkets and Treasures National Fair & Live Auction

January 27, 2016

Music, food & drinks, marching band, bouncing castle on Saturday. Live auction at 2 pm. Shared proceeds will benefit 10 charities and historic sites including the Hermitage in Cat Island. Don’t miss it!

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More than 1,000 fed by Christian charity

January 20, 2016

SERVANTS of Jesus, in partnership with the Better World Foundation in Florida, held its second annual ‘Celebrate Jesus’ Christmas lunch for over 1,000 persons in three communities in Grand Bahama.

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Historic Bahamas Foundation Fair

January 18, 2016

Hundreds of Bahamians are expected to pack the grounds of Collins House on Shirley Street Saturday, February, 6, 2016 when The Historic Bahamas Foundation and a dozen sister NGOs host the first fair of its kind – a trinkets to treasures sale and extravaganza with shared proceeds benefitting more than a dozen causes and thousands of Bahamians.

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Solomon's Fresh Market Kids Club and The Community School donate 40 meals to 40 families
Solomon's Fresh Market Kids Club and The Community School donate 40 meals to 40 families

January 13, 2016

It took months of planning and some creative fundraising for the Solomon's Fresh Market Kids Who Care Club and The Community School to feed 40 meals to 40 families in the Bain and Grants Town community.

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Fair to bring history to life for hundreds of Bahamians

January 13, 2016

Hundreds of Bahamians are expected to pack the grounds of Collins House on Shirley Street on February 6 when the Historic Bahamas Foundation and a dozen sister NGOs host the first fair of its kind - a trinkets to treasures sale and extravaganza with shared proceeds benefitting more than a dozen causes and thousands of Bahamians.

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Solomon's Fresh Market Kids Club and the community school donates 40 meals to 40 families
Solomon's Fresh Market Kids Club and the community school donates 40 meals to 40 families

January 12, 2016

It took months of planning and some creative fundraising for the Solomon’s Fresh Market Kids Who Care Club and The Community School to feed 40 meals to 40 families in the Bain & Grants Town community.

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Foundation launched by A Sure Win co-founders begins 2016 with a celebration for local youth
Foundation launched by A Sure Win co-founders begins 2016 with a celebration for local youth

January 12, 2016

Foundation launched by A Sure Win co-founders begins 2016 with a celebration for local youth.

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Agave retains the Chef Noel title
Agave retains the Chef Noel title

January 07, 2016

Although the holidays may be over, the memories of Festival Noel are still lingering for Agave, who captured the Chef Noel title for a third time- two times back-to-back!

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Your holiday survival strategy

December 28, 2015

With Christmas just past and New Year's celebrations on the horizon, there's no denying that the holidays have arrived.

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Cancer Treatment Centers of America tips to make holiday meals happy for cancer patients
Cancer Treatment Centers of America tips to make holiday meals happy for cancer patients

December 25, 2015

For the majority of families throughout The Bahamas, the holidays mean family time — laughter, maybe a little Christmas caroling and certainly a whole lot of food.

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This is what will happen when you eat avacados every day
This is what will happen when you eat avacados every day

December 24, 2015

You've probably seen avocados being touted as a heart-healthy superfood in recent years.

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Bahamas National Feeding Network members take time out to be fed
Bahamas National Feeding Network members take time out to be fed

December 23, 2015

You'll often find the volunteers and members at Bahamas National Feeding Network (BNFN) gathering groceries, stirring a pot, plating a meal or facing traffic to deliver one of the 1,100 plates per week to people in the Bain Town, Market Street and Potter's Cay communities, many of whom may have gone without, if not for their efforts.

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Guardian Radio personalities ring the bell for charity

December 23, 2015

Guardian Radio management and on-air talent dole out vital information all year long through the station's all-talk format, and they recently took time out to give back, volunteering for charity.

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Drop in charity donations during Christmas season
Drop in charity donations during Christmas season

December 23, 2015

THERE has been a "mass decrease" in Christmas donations at the Ranfurly Homes for Children this year, officials said yesterday...

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Farmers angry over hundreds of pounds of meat spoiled as cooler breaks down

December 22, 2015

CHRISTMAS just got worse for some Bahamian farmers after hundreds of pounds of their meat spoiled after a cooler at the Farrington Road Abattoir stopped working over the weekend...

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