It is believed that curry came to the Caribbean with indentured servants after slavery was abolished. The influence of curry on Caribbean cuisine is huge. Each island has their own special variation of spices that they call "curry". Many debates have been held in kitchens as to which island has the best curry… But all agree that curry and roti is one of those comfort foods that people crave after being off island for a while.Nicole explores all the many faces of curry while she creates a meal that fuses a little of the old styles with newer Western flavors. Visitors will learn about the history of curry, its health value, and short cuts that can be used to create various curry based meals. The goal will be to make it easy for visitors to go home and cook the same menu whenever they wish.Take this class not just to explore new flavours, but to enjoy the experience of cooking with new friends in a West Indian home with great view of the Caribbean Sea!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productTravelers attend our classes in our large home on a high hill overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Travel from the Port is approximately 15 minutes and the time from most other locations is quite reasonable.Duration: 4 hoursLocation: Nicole's Table, St. John's, Saint John Parish, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda