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Avocado Kale Salad
October 04, 2013
Avocado Kale Salad

Prep time : 10 minutes

Servings : 2-4

1 bunch of kale (4 cups torn in pieces)...

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January 26, 2013
The conch salad evolution

Bahamian cuisine is really a melting pot of cuisines from a number of countries -- honestly, there isn't one dish that you can point to and say that's Bahamian. But if you really think about it, the conch salad may just be that national dish that we would like to say is all ours. It's a dish that most Bahamians love, and everyone has their favorite conch salad maker that they visit religiously. An...

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September 12, 2012
Conch Salad TV: Manatees In The Bahamas

Manatees Rita and Georgie made the news spending time in Spanish Wells, Eleuthera and Nassau Harbour.

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September 08, 2012
Conch Salad TV: Manatees in The Bahamas

Manatees Rita and Georgie made the news spending time in Spanish Wells, Eleuthera and Nassau Harbour.

Find out how Rita and Georgie ended up the Berry Islands and learn more about manatees in The Bahamas.

Then let us know if you've seen a Bahamas manatee.

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August 31, 2012
Conch Salad TV: Manatees in The Bahamas

Manatees Rita and Georgie made the news spending time in Spanish Wells, Eleuthera and Nassau Harbour.

Find out how Rita and Georgie ended up the Berry Islands and learn more about manatees in The Bahamas.

Then let us know if you've seen a Bahamas manatee.

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August 11, 2012
Tortellini As Croutons in a Robust Caesar Salad

My 7-year-old son has made me an expert at Caesar salad. Though to be fair, some credit goes to April Bloomfield, too. After several years of "green is evil" behavior by my son, I recently -- finally! -- managed to persuade him to try Caesar salad.

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June 07, 2012
Conch Salad TV: Saving San Salvador's Iguanas

The Bahamas is home
to several species of iguanas, but some are doing better than others. In
an effort to help the San Salvador iguana population, Seacology and
CIBC FirstCaribbean Bank teamed up to fund the San Salvador Iguana
Conservation Centre. The Centre is located at Gerace Research Center,
and overseen by Professor William Hayes of Loma Linda University. Local
conservation organizatio...

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June 04, 2012
Conch Salad TV: Saving San Salvador's Iguanas

The Bahamas is home
to several species of iguanas, but some are doing better than others. In
an effort to help the San Salvador iguana population, Seacology and
CIBC FirstCaribbean Bank teamed up to fund the San Salvador Iguana
Conservation Centre. The Centre is located at Gerace Research Center,
and overseen by Professor William Hayes of Loma Linda University. Local
conservation organizatio...

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April 26, 2012
No More Conch Salad Bahamas Weighs Conch-servation

Elenakalis.com

Five centuries ago, the Amerindian inhabitants of the Bahamas lived in a completely different world from the one we know today.

Early
European explorers described flocks of parrots "darkening the sky",
dense hardwood forests, and sea turtles so numerous they kept sailors
awake by constantly knocking against ship hulls.

Seals and
iguanas crowded the shorelines; whale...

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