Chef Campbell To Provide Free Christmas Meals

November 6, 2015

Bermudian chef Michiko Campbell — owner of Chiko’s Smokey Rub — will once again give back to the community this holiday season by providing free meals to those in need on December 23.

In 2014, Chef Campbell held a similar event on Christmas Eve, feeding 432 people in the process.

Chiko's Smokey Rub Bermuda November 2015

The event poster says, “Chef Chiko is a strong believer in giving back to others. Two days before Christmas, Chiko’s Smokey Rub will be providing meals for those in need.”

Mr. Campbell is the owner and creator of the popular “Chiko’s Smokey Rub”, which has sold thousands of bottles since June 2014.

Slideshow of Chef Michiko Campbell’s 2014 Christmas dinner:


The young entrepreneur studied at Johnson and Wales University to become a professional chef, and while at University, he took a mixology class, beginning the path to the release of his Bermudian produced culinary product.

The Christmas meal event will be held on December 23 at Albouy’s Point on Front Street from 5:30pm – 10:30pm. To donate items toward the event, contact Mr Campbell at 704-4566 or email

“Last year was a real success an I hope for the same this year,” Chef Campbell said.


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  1. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    wonder if the same big car owners will line up like they did last year after parking their big cars a few streets away!

  2. Betty Boop says:

    What wonderful gesture Chico, you will be blessed for this. Thank you and I’m sure all the people WHO ARE IN NEED will be there.

    • Terry says:

      Very true comment Betty Boop.

      Sad thing is as stated above; those not in need will be there just for a free meal and an evening out.

  3. BABS says:

    This is absolutely wonderful !!! Well done Mr. Campbell!!!! You are a Great role model to our future young men coming up!!! something and someone positive.

  4. Hey says:

    This is really nice. We need more people in Bermuda like this young man.

  5. Ms. Poli Tician says:

    Noble, generous, focused, considerate and philanthropic. The “Best of Bermuda.” I buy the rub just to support him – I can’t cook:-(

  6. someone says:

    So many young people in Bermuda are caught up only in themselves and what they can get from in life, they should take a look at Chiko and follow suit.

  7. Cup Of Tea Anyone? says:

    Will there be tea too?

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