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A Guava Dessert For Moms Who Are Impossibly Sweet

guava duff cake

This recognisable super-fruit, the guava, is one of the few indigenous fruits to the Bahamas preceding the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492. Entirely edible from its yellow skin to its signature soft pink or white centre, even the guava’s seeds are utilised in some recipes, often adding texture to the jams and pastries they…

Tru Bahamian Must Eats: Peas & Rice

a pile of rice with meat and vegetables

A side order of peas & rice (or rather, Peas n’ Rice) is as part of any bona fide Bahamian meal as palm trees are to our beautiful island landscape. Served alongside fish, meat or chicken, this beloved staple food is thoroughly enjoyed by Bahamian locals for lunch or dinner or both. In fact, it’s…