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DE TOURS of New York

May 29, 2008 6:42:00 PM EDT

DE TOURS of New York kicks off the weekly Ethnic Tasting Tours A food tasting extravaganza, highlighting the foods and beverages of New York's well renowned Caribbean dining establishments. Beginning in May, 2008.

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TRENDS IN CARIBBEAN AMERICAN DINING

October 22, 2007 6:35:00 PM EDT

There has been a new and exciting phenomenon in Caribbean-American dining, where a significant number of trendy Caribbean-American Restaurants have been opening up and or expanding at their present locations and elsewhere, this phenomenon has taken hold in New York, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Miami, Los Angeles Virginia, North Carolina, in fact, even as far away as Toronto, Canada.

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East Indians were brought to the West Indies for much the same reasons slaves were brought there, to provide the cheap labor force for the sugar cane plantations.

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The Caribbean is an ethnically diverse region, made up of five or more different races in some Islands and regions. In addition to Africans (Blacks), there are East Indians, Portuguese (Spanish ancestry), Amer-Indians, (original Indians- Carib and Arawak ancestry), other European Whites, Chinese and people of mixed race.

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SPICES & COOKING (Featuring Curry)

September 21, 2007 4:34:00 PM EDT

If you visit 15 to 20 different restaurants on any given day, and order the same dish, for example, oxtail, at each restaurant, that dish will taste different, the reason, the seasonings and spices used to flavor that dish. Every day we flavor our foods with spices, herbs and condiments, and depending on the one's we use or do not use, and the quantity, our foods will ether be a "Hit"! or "Miss"!.

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WESTERN UNION'S EAT 'N FOR LESS GIVEAWAY

June 1, 2006 4:16:00 PM EDT

-- Participants receive bonus Western Union Gold Card points, discounts on lunches and dinners and chances to win dining gift certificates from participating Caribbean-American restaurants --Read More
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Who's really benefiting from keeping ackee out? Ackee is a pear sized fruit, pinkish in color when ripe, and is found through out the Caribbean. In Jamaica, Ackee is a national dish, when cooked with saltfish.Read More
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