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Freeport, Bahamas - The Flying Fish Modern
Seafood Educational Series continue after rave reviews by patrons.
Sunday March 3rd participate in our
interactive demonstration on
Sous Vide Cooking starting at 6pm.
Learn how to make dinner prep easier and tastier with this modern
cooking method. Come to learn a few tricks and enjoy dinner. There will
be handouts, demos and food. Turn Sunda...
Hoping to positively impact the health and nutrition of Bahamians the Ministry of Health has launched a new cooking show as part of a wellness campaign to empower Bahamians with practical nutrition facts that will help them better navigate the grocery aisles and be more [...]
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Local manufacturer Bapak has invest $85,000 in equipment to become the country's first bottler of cooking oil.
The new cooking oil, to be marketed under the name "Soya" is one of several measures the light manufacturer told Guardian Business that it has to take to remain competitive, as economic conditions and the loss of bottling revenue challenge the company's success.
"Hopefully, it will keep u...
GET WELL BAHAMAS
Special to The Tribune
Fast food may slow down weight loss. Loaded with bad fats, high calories and very little nutrition value, fast food is counterproductive to people trying to lose weight.
Thanks to an information session held at The College of the Bahamas' Culinary and Hospitality Management Institute (CHMI), the National Insurance Board's Get Well Bahamas Challengers now ...
Former Ministry of Education chief accounts clerk Paulette Wilson admitted to altering overtime records in order for her high school friend, Andrew Bridgewater, to get a pay increase, a court heard yesterday.
Wilson, 59, of Coral Harbour, is accused of falsifying the pay records of Bridgewater to show that he was entitled to $6,657.12 between October 2015 and March 2016.
Wilson, who is on $5,000 b...
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Since March 2011, Disney Cruise Line has donated more than 60,000 gallons of used cooking oil to Bahamas Waste Management to help power their fleet of vehicles in Nassau.
Bahamas Waste collects the used cooking oil directly from Disney Cruise Line ships at the Port of Nassau and then converts it into biodiesel fuel - a nontoxic and biodegradable fuel that drastically reduces en...
Disney Cruise Line donates used cooking oil to help power fleet of vehicles in Nassau, Bahamas since March 2011.
Since March 2011, Disney Cruise Line has donated more than 60,000 gallons of used cooking oil to Bahamas Waste Management to help power their fleet of vehicles in Nassau.