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Miles Market Welcomes Chef Gita Kantrow

Miles Market Welcomes Chef Gita Kantrow

Miles Market has welcomed their first Chef-in-Residence, as celebrity chef Gita Kantrow will be in Bermuda throughout the America’s Cup, adding specialty dishes to the Miles menus. Chef Kantrow will also be available for private events catering at Island House on Long Island and Tower House and Cottage on Hawkins Island. A spokesperson said, “Gita... Read more of this article

Sweet Stixx Excited To Operate In AC Village

Sweet Stixx Excited To Operate In AC Village

There was never any doubt in Kevin Warner’s mind that if the opportunity to get involved in the 35th America’s Cup came about that he was going to grab it with both hands. The owner of Bermuda business Sweet Stixx, Mr Warner has always been one to seize the day and when the island won the right to host the event he knew he “he wanted to be one... Read more of this article

British Travel Programme To Feature Students

British Travel Programme To Feature Students

Chef Shawn Ming and the culinary arts students who participated in the recent Lionfish Chefs’ Throwdown event at Commissioner’s Point in April are set to be interviewed for the BBC’s The Travel Show, a series that showcases the best of cultural travel across the globe. The Travel Show broadcasts on the BBC World News TV channel to an audience... Read more of this article

‘FryDays’ Celebrating Their First Anniversary

‘FryDays’ Celebrating Their First Anniversary

FryDays Restaurant is celebrating their first year anniversary on Wednesday [May 17] and is inviting the community to help them mark the occasion. “We have passed the one year milestone and we are thankful to all of our customers and the FryDays team for their support,” said owner Mstira Weeks.FryDays — which is located in the Bermudiana... Read more of this article

Hamilton Princess Appoints Chef Ricardo Cera

Hamilton Princess Appoints Chef Ricardo Cera

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club today [May 15] announced the appointment of Ricardo Cera as Executive Chef. Chef Cera will assume responsibility for 1609 Bar & Restaurant, Crown & Anchor, Marcus’, the Beach Club and catering throughout the hotel. “Born and trained in Portugal, Chef Cera has extensive experience at five-star luxury hotels... Read more of this article

Savory Kernels Honoured To Be Vendor For AC

Savory Kernels Honoured To Be Vendor For AC

Deshun Simmons is “very honoured” to have been selected as one of four ‘sweet cuisine’ Bermuda businesses in the America’s Cup Village. Mr Simmons, along with business partner Wollette Smith, runs Savory Kernels, a gourmet popcorn retailer that has more than 70 flavours on its menu. A relatively new business on the island, Mr Simmons said... Read more of this article

Ministry: Frozen Aunt Jemima Products Recalled

Ministry: Frozen Aunt Jemima Products Recalled

The Ministry of Health and Seniors is advising the public “not to eat Aunt Jemima brand frozen pancakes, waffles or French toast due to a potential risk of Listeria contamination.” “The recall does not affect the pancake syrup or dry mixes,” the Ministry said. “No customers have reported illness. “Products are currently... Read more of this article

Bermuda Pies To Be Available At AC Village

Bermuda Pies To Be Available At AC Village

Kris Furbert, the owner of Bermuda Pie Company is one of five local businesses to be selected as a primary food and beverage vendor, serving the public at the America’s Cup Village. Here he talks about his decision to get involved, what he believes the 35th America’s Cup will bring to the island, and the pie he has created just for the occasion. 1.... Read more of this article

J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza Looking Forward To AC

J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza Looking Forward To AC

“Selected as a healthy alternative to fish sandwiches, burgers, and hot dogs, the start of the 35th America’s Cup will be a big moment for Tim Jackson, his wife Michelle Brock Jackson, and the employees at J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza,” the ACBDA said. “Named as one of the five primary food and beverage vendors for the America’s Cup... Read more of this article

Video: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

Video: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

The Commissioner’s House in Dockyard played host to the Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown, an event organized by 11th Hour Racing to help raise awareness of the issue of lionfish, a serious threat to marine habitats in Bermuda and, increasingly, around the world. All six America’s Cup teams were represented at the event which featured celebrity chefs... Read more of this article

Photos: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

Photos: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

Chefs committed to sustainability competed last night [April 19] at the National Museum of Bermuda to see who has the tastiest solution to the problem of invasive lionfish at the ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ event at the Commissioner’s House in Dockyard. Organized by 11th Hour Racing, the Chefs’ Throwdown brought together all of the... Read more of this article

California Rain Causes Lettuce Price Increase

California Rain Causes Lettuce Price Increase

Heavy rains in California delayed field plantings which affected the price of lettuce, broccoli, and cauliflower at at least one local supermarket. According to a poster at the store, “Lettuces, Broccoli, and Cauliflower are in short supply and prices are higher than normal. “Why? Heavy rains in California delayed field plantings that would... Read more of this article

First Church Of God Continues Food Initiative

First Church Of God Continues Food Initiative

The First Church of God continues their aim of helping to provide food at affordable prices, with new ‘food box’ menus provided each month, which vary in choices. Bishop Lambe previously told Bernews, “Our ambition is very simple, it’s to be able to present a low cost, high quality supply of food in this country. We understand that... Read more of this article