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Best Eats at Family Island Sailing Regattas on May 10, 2019

a small boat in a large body of water

There once was a time when sailboats were a lifeline to Bahamian natives, providing transport to and from their island neighbours and access to the world at large. Today, these age-old traditions of Bahamian boat-building and sailing are kept alive through what are known as the highly-anticipated annual regatta series. Things kick off early in…

A Festive Island Feast: Recipes Of Our Favorite Bahamian Dishes

a slice of cake with fruit on top of a wooden table

At this time of year, the islands are abuzz with excitement as we prepare for holiday celebrations! While we won’t experience the leaves turning amber in Fall or expect a white Christmas, we do have lots of merry parties to attend with all the food one can eat! We’ll make our tables groan with the…

Get To Know Bites Of Nassau Food Tour Guide SeDale on November 22, 2015

a man wearing a hat and sunglasses posing for the camera

At Tru Bahamian Food Tours, we think that our Bites of Nassau Food Tasting & Cultural Walking Tours are special in large part because of the incredibly interesting personalities charged with leading our guests each day. In another instalment of our Get To Know blog series, we’re featuring one of our awesome tour guides. If you haven’t been introduced already…meet SeDale!…

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…