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November 13, 2014

Vernice Ferguson-Bodie of Exuma presented a copy of her book “Fabulous Recipes for Bahamian Cooking at its Finest” to Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General, at Government on November 12...

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November 07, 2014
Vernice Bodie launches Fabulous Recipes for Bahamian Cooking at its Finest

It has been 79 years, and a lot has been accomplished, but she has not stopped dreaming. And now, another dream becomes reality.
By popular demand, Vernice Bodie, better known to many as "Mother Bodie", on October 18 launched her first collection of some of her famous recipes in her recipe book, "Fabulous Recipes for Bahamian Cooking at its Finest: A Cookbook of Favourite Bahamian Dishes".
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August 27, 2013
Can home cooking work for The Bahamas

The site has been inspected, the logo has been approved, and sometime next month, official notification will be sent out.

The world is coming to The Bahamas, and it won't just be a leisure trip, as eight world championships spots in each relay, in each gender, will be up for grabs. Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAA)...

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Cooking up a future: Culinary program teaches cooking and more to Hopedale students
July 03, 2013
Cooking up a future: Culinary program teaches cooking and more to Hopedale students

Students at Hopedale Centre were surprised with the introduction of a new culinary course to their curriculum's menu during the past school year. The aim of the culinary program was to teach nutrition, cooking skills and healthy eating to students. The program's objectives included assisting the students with their school-to-work transition and the general enhancement of their quality of life.

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June 28, 2013
Cooking Up a Future: Culinary Program Teaches Cooking and Much More to Hopedale Students

Hopedale Centre introduced a culinary program to its curriculum at the beginning of the year.

The aim of the culinary program, facilitated by Chef Charles Missick and the team of Simply Better Gourmet Institute, was to teach nutrition, cooking skills and healthy eating to students...

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May 18, 2013
How food color can warp time when cooking

Ever tried toasting hamburger buns on a grill? It takes uncanny timing to achieve an even medium brown across the buns. Typically, they remain white for what seems like far too long. Then it's as if time accelerates, and they blow past toasted to burnt in the time it takes to flip the burgers.
The same phenomenon is at work when you toast a marshmallow over a campfire: wait and turn, wait and turn...

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March 02, 2013
Flying Fish Educational Series Continues: Sous Vide Cooking

Freeport, Bahamas - The Flying Fish Modern Seafood Educational Series continue after rave reviews by patrons. This 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.

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February 27, 2013
Flying Fish Educational Series Continues: Sous Vide Cooking

Freeport, Bahamas - The Flying Fish Modern

Seafood Educational Series continue after rave reviews by patrons.

This

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...

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We Must Captivate Minds of Young Cooks
September 21, 2012
We Must Captivate Minds of Young Cooks

Position: Chef at Old Fort Bay Club Guardian Business: Can you briefly describe your experience in the tourism sector and what your role is today? Shanique: I am a chef de partie at the Old Fort Bay Club. Being in this field is a joy. I have had the opportunity to prepare meals for a vast number of people and I love it.

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June 09, 2012
Using appliances to take the strain out of cooking

Gone are the days when the most essential kitchen tool was a well-seasoned cast iron skillet which if properly taken care of would last for generations. Today, your great grandmother would probably be in a pickle if she were to enter the modern kitchen. From mandolines to microplanes, zesters, silpat liners, smoking guns, hand blenders and food processors, she probably would not even know where to...

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