Caribbean Soul Food Fair at HTS

The school’s celebration of Black History Month continued on Friday with a Caribbean food fair. Each class researched recipes from a chosen Caribbean country and presented the food on stalls outside the home economics centre.

The event proved very popular with members of the community who were able to chose from sweet and sour lobster (Anguilla), bananes pesées (Haiti), spinach empanadas (Cuba), Acias de morne (Guadeloupe), conch and lobster salad (Trinidad), coconut patties and peanut sugar cakes (Curaçao), and lots more dishes from 18 different countries. The proceeds will go to the Young Leaders’ project for 2005.

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