TriniChow celebrates the diverse good eats of Trinidad and Tobago. The food here is a wonderful ‘mix-up’ of distinct and merged cuisines drawn from the twin island’s African, Indian, Chinese, European and Syrian cultures.
In the interest of being a positive foodie force, we generally only write about the restaurants we enjoy, have patronized or plan to visit. We also cover Trinidad & Tobago’s restaurant openings and closings, food & drink festivals, as well as special holidays that involve food because no holiday is complete without non-stop eating.
TriniChow makes a special effort to showcase our local burgeoning artisan food market. These small businesses in Trinidad and Tobago are using high quality (and often local) ingredients to craft food items like:
- Pestos! (DEL MANO)
- Chutneys (SUMPTUOUSLY ORGASMIC CHUTNEY & CRATE FOODS)
- Curry Pastes (AMBROSIA BY CHRISTINE)
- BBQ & Buffalo Wing Sauces (CRATE FOODS & AMBROSIA BY CHRISTINE)
- Artisan Breads (PECHE PATISSERIE and ZABOUCA BREADS)
- Granola (‘NOLA GRANOLA)
- Chocolate – full list here.
- Drinking Chocolate (EXOTIC CARIBBEAN MOUNTAIN PRIDE)
- Ice Cream (DREAMY CREAMY ICE CREAM CO)
- Italian Cheeses & Pure Cream Yogurt (DOLCE VALLE DAIRY)
- Feta Cheese & Yogurt made from Goat Milk (ORANGE HILL NATURE RANCH; LA BLANCHISSEUSE)
- Yogurt & Yogurt-Related Products (PAX YOGURT)
Be sure to check out our growing list of Trinidad & Tobago’s food artisans, and we hope you enjoy TriniChow!
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