A Typical Menu
- Cocktails : A local juice and Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch
- Appetizer : Coconut Crisps and Plantain Chips
- Main Course : Abby's West Indian Curry, Dhal Puri Roti, Roasted Pumpkin and Spinach Cooked in Coconut Milk
- Dessert : Individual Coconut Custard Tarts
- NOTE: This sample menu can vary based on the season, availability and requests.
Coordinating Curry Cooking Class
It is believed that curry came to the Caribbean with the indentured servants after slavery was abolished. The influence of curry on Caribbean cuisine is huge. Each island has their own special blend of spices to make up a wonderful pot of stew. Many debates have been held in kitchens as to which island has the best curry… But everyone agrees that curry and roti is one of those comfort foods that people crave after being off the island for a while.
In our Coordinating Curry class, Nicole explores all the many faces of curry while she creates a meal that fuses a little of the old styles with some newer Western flavors. Visitors will learn about the history of curry, its health value, and short cuts that can be used to create various curry based meals. The goal will be to make it easy for visitors to go home and cook the same menu whenever they wish.
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.