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Ah Gwine! Barbados Crop Over Festival

Q the Cruzan Foodie - June 27, 2017
Barbados Crop Over Festival

The countdown is on to Barbados Crop Over Festival 2017 and in 38 days, Cruzan Foodie will be front and center to witness (and partake in) the bacchanal that goes along with it. If you’ve been following me on social media (do that here, here and here), you probably know by now that I have yet to meet a Caribbean carnival I didn’t like. It’s …

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#FoodieFriday: Fish & Fungi

Q the Cruzan Foodie - June 23, 2017
#FoodieFriday Fish & Fungi

One of the best parts of being Cruzan Foodie is sharing my incredible foodie finds with you! What better way to celebrate this on my blog than having a day dedicated to these delicious discoveries? Introducing #FoodieFriday with Cruzan Foodie! This week’s foodie find is a dish that I’ve eaten more times than I count growing up on St. Croix. Boiled fish (or pot fish) …

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What to Eat on St. Croix: Vegan & Vegetarian Food

Q the Cruzan Foodie - June 20, 2017
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Finding great vegan and vegetarian food can be quite a challenge when traveling. For devout herbivores, it’s important to locate eateries that are true to the preparation of these foods. Visitors to St. Croix will be pleased to learn about the wide variety of vegan & vegetarian restaurants and food trucks found throughout the island. To refresh your memory, vegan & vegetarian dishes are void …

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Like Fine Wine, St. Croix Food & Wine Experience Gets Better With Time

Q the Cruzan Foodie - May 8, 2017
2017 2017 St. Croix Food & Wine Experience

The 2017 St. Croix Food & Wine Experience (STXFWE) did the unthinkable: it surpassed expectations of each and every attendee who had the opportunity to experience one (or all) of the events of this year’s culinary wine and spirits festival! The annual benefit for the St. Croix Foundation for Community Development took place from April 7-10, 2017 and featured an event lineup bursting with the …

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How St. Croix Food & Wine Experience benefits the US Virgin Islands

Q the Cruzan Foodie - February 23, 2017
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St. Croix Food & Wine Experience (STXFWE) is the annual benefit for the St. Croix Foundation for Community Development that will take place April 7-10, 2017. From night flights accompanied with worldly wines and delectable bites to a sunset BBQ on the island’s west end to intimate dinners prepared by world-renowned chefs, STXFWE has something for everyone. What’s even better is that it supports a …

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Tasting the Capital: Carpe DC Food Tours

Q the Cruzan Foodie - December 23, 2016
DC Food Tours

Carpe DC Food Tours was a welcoming experience during a recent visit to our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. As a town known for its political clout, ties to the African American community and widely recognized national monuments, I was intrigued to learn more about the food behind this renowned city. That’s where Carpe DC Food Tours came in. It was inspired by a passion for …

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How To: Traveling to St. Vincent

Q the Cruzan Foodie - December 21, 2016
Traveling to St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Traveling to St. Vincent & the Grenadines should be on your travel bucket list for 2017! When most people speak about traveling to the Caribbean, it is rare to have this group of islands in the southern Caribbean be part of the conversation. Whether it’s due to lack of coverage or limited promotion, there’s no denying the magic waiting to be found in their lush …

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Join Team Carry On & Team Global Entry

Q the Cruzan Foodie - December 13, 2016
Team Carry On & Team Global Entry

If you’re a frequent flyer, you need to be on Team Carry On & Team Global Entry! The benefits of both save you time, hassle, energy and unnecessary headaches that often accompany luggage and airport security. Whether 2 days, 10 days or 15 days, you can still be part of Team Carry On for your trip. It’s all about strategy & planning, people! This quick …

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Vegan or no? Seahorse Republic Food Truck Review

Q the Cruzan Foodie - August 15, 2016
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Vegan and vegetarian food on St. Croix has been a mainstay for decades. Due to the robust Rastafarian culture on island, a number of local restaurants and mobile food vendors focus on this cuisine. Vegan & vegetarian dishes are void of animal products, such as pigs, chickens, cows, fish and all others. Furthermore, vegan dishes do not include dairy milk, dairy cheese, eggs or any …

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