28 Feb '13, 8pm

Anthony Bourdain Promotes Local Cuisine at Cayman Cookout: The Caribbean is filled with ingredients fresh from...

Anthony Bourdain Promotes Local Cuisine at Cayman Cookout: The Caribbean is filled with ingredients fresh from...

The Caribbean is filled with ingredients fresh from-the-tree and garden, along with fish caught daily right off shore. However, up until just five years ago many Cayman Island restaurants simply had key ingredients shipped in from elsewhere. On the surface, this decision may seem like lunacy; why not simply harvest what's in your backyard rather than have it shipped from around the globe? The answer is pretty simple. The more obscure island produce couldn't be farmed and sold profitably, and as a result island chefs didn't prepare many dishes featuring local bounty. Several events at the 2013 Cayman Cookout remarkably showcased how this is changing in the area and how the star-power of top chefs is helping to draw in attention and support.

Full article: http://www.justluxe.com/lifestyle/dining/feature-1889807.php

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