Located at the corner of Forest Drive and Ben Curry Lane, the small building that is the venue of Southern Comfort Restaurant could be easily passed-by. But look for it, as the menu consisting of traditional Bahamian food with a few international recipes, might be one that keeps you coming …
Devour! The Beach excited “foodies,” both tourist and local alike, during the three day event in Green Turtle Cay that started March 26. Devour!, best described as an ocean-side wine and food extravaganza, paired hungry guests with five famous chefs along with a knowledgeable Master of Wine.
Green Turtle Cay is prepping for the highly anticipated three-day food and wine festival to be held March 26-29. Devour! The Beach will feature receptions, meals, wine tastings and other culinary events aimed at pleasing any foodie. Devour! The Beach will be held at the Green Turtle Club and, as its name suggests, along the beautiful Green Turtle beach.
Chefs Antonio Huyler, Demeko Saunders and David Thompson of Trio Culinary invited guests to an evening of complimentary tasting at The Oasis on Jan. 11.
The Central Abaco Members Group of the Bahamas Red Cross Society held their monthly general meeting at the Dundas Town Church of God on Feb.23. Sarone Kennedy, group leader, outlined the fundamental principles that guide the Red Cross movement adding that one of the greatest unwritten principles is confidentiality. He also mentioned the need to maintain membership in the group.
In spite of a weak economy or perhaps because of it, the annual Rotary Club of Abaco’s Bell Ringing was again a success. People, who could afford it, were generous enough to give. Through the efforts of the many Rotarians, Interactors and Rotaractors who rang the bell at the Christmas Festival, in front of Maxwell’s Supermarket, Abaco Groceries, Standard Hardware and Abaco Hardware, The Rotary Club of Abaco collected over $5,000.00.
After leaving GWS Worldwide Express Ltd., Jeffrey Cooper was in search of a job to provide for his family. Even as a photographer, Mr. Cooper still needed something more to fall back on. It was then that he and his wife Kaye decided to open a hot dog stand on Fire Road. That was 17 years ago.