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After I began working from home, I realized that I had the special opportunity to be able to cook at home every day. While most people were working until later in the afternoon, I had time to go to the grocery store, get what I needed, and make a lovely dinner for my family to enjoy. In addition to helping my kids to enjoy better health, I was also able to hone my cooking skills, which was really fun. Now I can honestly say that I love cooking and preparing food, and I wanted to make a blog that centered around my new passion. Check out this website for great tips on cooking and enjoying foods each and every day.


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Dine With Your Friends At A Caribbean Cuisine Restaurant

Antonio Alexander

If you have been looking for a different place to have dinner with your friends, head to a Caribbean cuisine restaurant. Besides being in a festive atmosphere, you'll have the opportunity to try delicious new Caribbean foods.

Your waiter will be very happy to help you with the menu choices. They might suggest that you start with a soup. If so, the waiter might suggest pepper pot soup. After the soup, the waiter might recommend that you try a sampling of main dishes. Those might include things like Trinidad Chicken, Caribbean Pork In The Crockpot, and Guyanese cheese pie, which might remind you of chicken pot pie, but without the chicken. Choose sides like fried plantains and rice with peas as your side dishes. A fruit platter might be the perfect salad to go with your main dishes. 

Be sure to save room for dessert.

  • One good choice would be to order Caribbean Sponge Cake, which is a cream-filled cake topped with lemon curd, sliced mangoes, shredded coconut, and fresh pineapple tidbits.
  • Try the Caribbean Spiced Rum Cake. The cake is made with coconut milk and pineapple juice, which make it moist and delicious. The real flavor is the rum, which gives the cake a bit of a kick.
  • If you love custard, you'll more than likely enjoy eating Caribbean Cream. It's made with coconut milk, yogurt, and dark brown sugar. Sliced ripe bananas add a new flavor to the custard.

No matter how different and how delicious the food is, that's not all that you'll find at the Caribbean restaurant. The place will be alive with Caribbean songs that derive from Africa, Europe, and India. You'll find the beat reminiscent of calypso music.

If you're lucky, there will be a dance floor. Maybe you already know how to do dances like the mambo and the salsa. If you don't know how, just watch the other dancers and notice how easy and fun those dances are. There will be a lot of hip swinging. Just go with the rhythm of the music and you'll catch on fast.

Maybe you'll enjoy your experience at the Caribbean restaurant so much that you'll want to duplicate it at home. If so, find out if the restaurant does take out. If you want to host a Caribbean-themed party, the restaurant might even do catering of the foods you tried and other Caribbean cuisine that will be new to you.