A Typical Menu
- Cocktails : Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch along with an "Around the Islands" rum sampler
- Appetizer : Sweet Potato Soup with Rum
- Main Course : Rum and Brown Sugar Marinated Chicken Thighs with Onion Jam (and/or Jerk Chicken in a Honey Rum Glaze), Plantains Wrapped in Bacon, Red Beans and Rice, and a Garden Salad
- Dessert : Bread Pudding with Rum Soaked Raisins and a Butter Rum Sauce OR a Butter Rum Cake
- NOTE: This sample menu can vary based on the season, availability and requests.
Cooking with Rum Cooking Class
The history of rum starts in the Caribbean around the 17th century. Cooking with Rum talks about the history and influence of rum on the Caribbean, its culture and its cuisine.
Various rums will be present for tasting and flavoring the foods. Since we are on Antigua, we will start with the island award winning 5-year old English Harbor rum and then move on to three other superb brands from countries such as Barbados, Guatemala, Cuba, Jamaica and Martinique.
The food will introduce our guests to how various rums can be used to flavor foods whether you are using a classic dark rum or a filtered white.
Please contact us if you have any questions. We would rather answer your questions than miss out meeting you as our guest. 🙂
We are operating under COVID rules with limited capacity. A minimum of 4 people/class (or the equivalent payment amount) is required for a class. We reserve the right to cancel if the minimum is not met (but will help you every way we can to avoid a cancellation). Private classes can be arranged at any time.
Masks are required while in our home, but do not need to be worn when outside. Since we hold our classes in our home, a proof of vaccination is required to take our classes.
Please let us know if you have any allergies or food sensitivities and contact us if you have any questions.