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Grenada Chocolate

  Grenada’s rich, volcanic soil and warm, wet climate is plant paradise. Cocoa trees have been thriving in the steep, fertile hills for generations. Planted in between a profusion of other crops – bananas, citrus, nutmeg and cinnamon, amongst ot...

May 04, 2018

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Kitchen Confidential

A tasteful addition to the tabletop, the oversized round-footed Trivet Top and Demijohn Cloche ring with style. Carved from reclaimed wood, the tray is both serving platter and trivet while the antique glass dome keeps food fresh. Available in Cayman...

November 09, 2017

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Wine-spiration

Celebratory A special moment demands a special wine. Enter Amuse Bouche Napa Valley Red Blend 2012. Chockfull of blackberry, cherry and a hint of herbs and fine oak, this impressive wine is ideal to mark an occasion. A Pomerol-style Merlot/Cabernet F...

November 07, 2017

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Pineapple

Barbed and rough, the pineapple’s thorny exterior belies the fruit’s juicy, sweet flesh inside. A delicious tropical treat that has been enjoyed for centuries, it belongs to the Bromeliad family of flowering plants. Most often consumed fresh, the...

November 07, 2017

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Eat Me, Drink Me

Fungi fans will delight for the shiitake log. Neat and easy to grow, fresh mushrooms crop up every two to three months, yielding meaty, organic shiitakes for two to three years. www.williams-sonoma.com Grow your own veggies with Rootvue Farm® garden...

May 04, 2018

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Twisted History

Long before banks, hotels, and condominiums dotted Grand Cayman’s landscape, a unique natural resource lay hidden within “the islands that time forgot.” The endemic Silver Thatch Palm had many uses from roofing material to shoes, but it was tha...

November 07, 2017