Culinary Capital Blog

Culinary Capital Blog

STAY IN THE CULINARY MIX

The Culinary Capital Blog brings you everything food worthy that’s happening in the Cayman Islands. This site gives detailed information, including dates and times, of what’s happening in the Culinary world on each of our three islands.

  •  Beach Bash
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    Beach Bash

    The Beach Bash had to be my second favourite event, next to Jose Andres paella demo. The Beach Bash was up at Rum Point; you could have either taken a catamaran there or drive up through the scenic northern district.
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  • Andrew Zimmern's  Dish Demo
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    Andrew Zimmern's Dish Demo

    Andrew Zimmern’s dish demo started off with an explanation about how food with a story is the best kind of food and I couldn’t agree more. We don’t eat just to eat; we eat to enjoy the experience. 
     
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  • Jose Andres Paella Demo/face off
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    Jose Andres Paella Demo/face off

    Jose Andres was easily the most entertaining chef I have ever watched. He included the crowd into every part of his demo and made sure that we were having an amazing time specifically by providing jokes, drinks and obviously incredibly tasty food.
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  • Yoga & Krug
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    Yoga & Krug

    The Yoga and Krug Event made for the best start to the 2020 Cayman Cookout. I enjoy living a healthy lifestyle, but that does not mean that there is never any room for indulging. The Yoga and Krug fit into that perfect balance.
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  • Another outstanding year at the 11th Annual Cayman Cookout
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    Another outstanding year at the 11th Annual Cayman Cookout

    There’s something magical about January in the Cayman Islands. While many of our neighbors to the north are embracing ‘Dry January’ and making resolutions to stick to a healthier diet, here in our slice of tropical paradise, the islands are celebrating Culinary Month.
     
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  • Rum & Robusto
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    Rum & Robusto

    This stylish, post-brunch, poolside gathering has become a must-attend event over the years at the Cayman Cookout for locals and visitors alike. No culinary event in the Caribbean would be complete without rum and from the locally produced to world renowned, this event certainly celebrates some of the best.
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  • Ripert, Ricard and Petanque
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    Ripert, Ricard and Petanque

    For the internationally acclaimed chefs that travel from around the world to participate in the Cayman Cookout, there is one particularly jovial event that everyone looks forward to – Ripert, Ricard and Petanque.
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  • Don Julio’s Tequila Lab
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    Don Julio’s Tequila Lab

    Having been introduced to Don Julio’s Master Distiller, Enrique de Colsa, on day 1 of the Cayman Cookout at the “Meet the Distillers” session, we were excited to learn more about this premium brand’s journey and, of course, sample some of the finest tequila in the world.
     
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  • Amanda Cohen’s Vegetarian Candies
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    Amanda Cohen’s Vegetarian Candies

    Vegetables are set to be a huge food trend this year, so we were excited to see Amanda Cohen, Owner of Chef of award-winning vegetarian restaurant Dirt Candy making her debut at this year’s Cayman Cookout.
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  • The Beach Bash at Rum Point  
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    The Beach Bash at Rum Point  

    One of the signature events of the Cayman Cookout, “The Beach Bash” whisks attendees across the crystal-clear waters of the North Sound to Grand Cayman’s North Side. It was there, at Rum Point, that attendees enjoyed an epicurean adventure alongside celebrity chefs including Eric Ripert, Emeril Lagasse and Nancy Silverton, and host Al Roker, while sipping on a chilled glass of Moet Imperial.
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