Watch the sunset from the wraparound porch at Pierre’s on Islamorada, Florida, fresh Key-lime mojito in hand. Then head upstairs to the fine-dining room for diver-picked scallops and locally caught mahimahi and lobster. You can even pick your own veggies and herbs from the on-site garden.
She's Jamaican. He's from Louisiana. Together they've been to every island in the Caribbean. Here's how they do Jamaica.
For your romantic getaway, these six island spaces are designed with couples in mind — a table on the beach in the Turks & Caicos, a table by the fire on Sardinia or one at the end of a wooden walkway over the water and under the stars in Maui. Read how each place combines intimate atmosphere with innovative cuisine for amazing meals and unforgettable moments.
The real Jamaica, beyond the fenced-off resorts, is an island that holds food close to its heart.
Reprinted with permission from Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad & Tobago (Hippocrene Books 2n ed. 2010).
When autumn is in the air, the changing seasons bring a sweet surprise for java devotees: Late summer and early fall are harvest time for Hawaiian Kona coffee beans. This cool cocktail from the popular cook book Hawaiian Tropical Cocktails will perk you up with a taste of the Hawaiian Islands at home.
It seemed a simple assignment for veteran photographer Jen Judge: Go to the Big Island and shoot Hawaii’s most iconic hula festival. After all, Jen has travelled the world. She found real mermaids off South Korea, trudged through the BVI without a boat, and even uncovered why Philippine cuisine isn’t mainstream here at home. Hawaii’s hula? Easy … Right?
For an authentic taste of the islands at your next summer barbecue, whip up this Yellow Yam Pineapple and Jerk Chicken Salad recipe by Chef Norman of the Tryall Club's Sea Salt Villa – a favorite meal of guests who have stayed in the Jamaica villas. As a bonus, Chef Norman has also shared the recipe for his famous Sea Salt Hot Sauce, perfect for those who like their Caribbean dishes with a kick.