Caribbean cuisine connections in unexpected cases

The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England is dedicated to the explorations and military action of Britain at sea. Featuring a beautifully constructed “ship in a bottle” sculpture, off of the café, the museum houses exhibits on the history of ships and the supplies of a voyage (including 16th-century medical tools which I always find …

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Trinidad is the Cuba you always imagined

We met her at night, amongst the crowds of people thrown together over bottles of Bucanero and a sea of skeptical, watchful eyes. “Meet me in the square tomorrow, and I will show you.” The next day, after a long hike in the Parque Natural Topes de Collantes, we stood trepidatiously in Plaza Mayor waiting to …

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