We are proud to introduce the 6th installment of Caribbean Culture and Lifestyle- the Belizean Cuisine Issue. Our latest issue appropriately named the “Belizean Cuisine Issue”, is now available for your reading pleasure. Available in print and as an E-book, this issue will take you on a culinary adventure. With a melting pot of cultures, … .Read More about Introducing the Belizean Cuisine Issue
The Annual Tourism Industry Conference On October 19th, 2018 the Belize Tourism Board’s Annual Tourism Industry Conference was at the Princess Hotel and Casino. Stakeholders also gathered to listen to industry experts from around the world. Moreover, the talks and panels were all incredibly interesting. The subject of wellness travel, sustainable tourism and birding were … .Read More about The Belize Tourism Board’s Annual Tourism Conference and Awards Gala
Traditional Local Cuisine Many years ago, Belize was the epitome of the traditional farm-to-table world. Meals were simple and fresh. The varied cultural backgrounds of the population meant local meals never got boring– at least for those of us who weren’t vegetarian! Admittedly, for the curious outsider, some options were pretty exotic and unusual. Stewed … .Read More about Home Grown
One of our favorite seasons is here, Lobster Season! Having been closed since February, June 15th is the day many have been waiting patiently for. Today marks the opening of Lobster Season as fishermen set to sea placing their traps down with the hopes of catching these delectable crustaceans. Handmade traps called shades are strategically … .Read More about LOBSTER SEASON 2018
The primordial question of “what’s for dinner?” has been answered in Belize City! Recently, the dining scene options are becoming more diverse with the establishment of restaurants like Tap Room, Midtown and Wok & Wine. Now, there are more options with the opening of three eateries namely, Martha’s Cafe, Lerisi Garifuna Restaurant and Mimi’s Bistro! … .Read More about What’s for Dinner?
The Infamous Lionfish This fish is fairly new not only to Belizean waters but also to the menu at many Belizean restaurants. Originating in the warm waters of the indo pacific, Lionfish are a non-native species that was only recently introduced into the Caribbean. Though the flamboyant Lionfish sports an impressive array of venomous spines, … .Read More about What’s on the Menu? Lionfish!