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Nicole's Table - All about Jerk

Nicole's Table - All about Jerk - Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

From USD
$110.00

Jerk cooking is an authentic Jamaican way to cook meat. Whether it is pork, chicken, beef or fish, the meat is seasoned and slowly cooked over an open fire or on a barbecue grill.

"Jerk" is made up of regional spices ranging from scallions and thyme to pimento (all spice) and cinnamon ... More info ›

Jerk cooking is an authentic Jamaican way to cook meat. Whether it is pork, chicken, beef or fish, the meat is seasoned and slowly cooked over an open fire or on a barbecue grill.

"Jerk" is made up of regional spices ranging from scallions and thyme to pimento (all spice) and cinnamon. The first taste of jerked food is hot with pepper, but as you eat the other spices explode with stunning flavour. It is for this reason why all the other islands have adopted Jerk.

Jerk is now viewed as a regional food, and everyone has their own special recipe to make jerk seasoning.

Nicole will introduce visitors to all jerk spices and history, and discuss the various ways jerk seasoning can be used to give your food its own West Indian style when you return home.

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!

Nicole provides hands on instruction lightly salted with island life anecdotes and stories.  Classes start at 11 AM Monday through Saturday.  Nicole walks visitors through each recipe, discusses the spices used, and talks about the history of jerk cooking in her own lighthearted West Indian Style.  Visitors are asked to come on time and most acquire transportation either via a taxi or rented car.  A typical menu includes the following:

  • Cocktails: Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch, a local juice, and water from our sky filled cisterns
  • Appetizer: Coconut Crisps and Green Plantain Chips
  • Main: Jerk Chicken (or another meat such as pork, beef, fish or rabbit) with Grilled Pineapple and a Pineapple Salsa
  • Dessert: Butter Rum Cake or a Coconut Tart
Come visit us, learn cook the West Indian way, and enjoy a wonder view with new friends.

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Nicole's Table - Coordinating Curry

Nicole's Table - Coordinating Curry - Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

From USD
$110.00

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 ... More info ›

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!

Nicole provides hands on instruction complemented by island life anecdotes and stories.  Classes start at 11 AM Monday through Saturday.   Nicole walks visitors through each recipe, discusses the spices used, and talks about the history of jerk cooking in her own lighthearted West Indian Style.  Visitors are asked to come on time and most acquire transportation either via a taxi or rented car.  

Typical Menu: A typical Coordinating Curries menu includes the following (depending upon the availability of certain ingredients):

  • Cocktails: Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch, a local juice, and water from our sky filled cisterns
  • Appetizer: Coconut Crisps and Green Plantain Chips
  • Main: Abby's West Indian Curry, Dhal Puri Roti, Roasted Pumpkin and Spinach Cooked in Coconut Milk
  • Dessert: Individual Coconut or Guava Tarts (Depending on the season)

Come visit us, learn to cook in the West Indian way, and enjoy a wonderful view with new friends!

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Nicole's Table - Cooking with Rum

Nicole's Table - Cooking with Rum - Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

From USD
$115.00

The history of rum starts in the Caribbean around the 17th century. Cooking with Rum talks about the history and influence of rum on the Caribbean, its culture and its cuisine.

Various rums will be present for tasting and flavoring the foods ... More info ›

The history of rum starts in the Caribbean around the 17th century. Cooking with Rum talks about the history and influence of rum on the Caribbean, its culture and its cuisine.

Various rums will be present for tasting and flavoring the foods. Since we are on Antigua, we will start with the island award winning 5-year old English Harbor rum and then move on to three other superb brands from countries such as Barbados, Guatemala, Cuba, Jamaica and Martinique.

The food will introduce our guests to how various rums can be used to flavor foods whether you are using a classic dark rum or a filtered white.

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!


Nicole provides hands on instruction complemented by island life anecdotes and stories.  Classes start at 11 AM Monday through Saturday.  Nicole walks visitors through each recipe, discusses the spices used, and talks about the history of West Indian flavours in her own lighthearted way. Visitors are asked to come on time and most acquire transportation either via a taxi or rented car.

Typical Menu: A typical Cooking with Rum menu includes the following (depending upon the availability of certain ingredients):

  • Cocktails: Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch, a local juice, and water from our sky filled cisterns
  • Appetizer: Sweet Potato Soup with Rum
  • Main: Rum and Brown Sugar Marinated Flank Steak with Onion Jam, Plantains Wrapped in Bacon, Red Beans and Rice, and a Garden Salad
  • Dessert: Bread Pudding with Rum Soaked Raisins and a Butter Rum Sauce

Come visit us, learn to cook the West Indian way, and enjoy a wonderful view with new friends!

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Nicole's Table - From the Sea

Nicole's Table - From the Sea - Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

From USD
$125.00

“What did the fisherman bring?” is always the question the morning of a seafood class,  This means that the menu is determined by what's available from the local fishermen.  Whether it is Mahi Mahi, snapper, tuna or grouper, a delicious lunch using a local fish will be the end result.

In From the Sea, Nicole introduces you to a variety of ways in which seafood is prepared in the islands ... More info ›

“What did the fisherman bring?” is always the question the morning of a seafood class,  This means that the menu is determined by what's available from the local fishermen.  Whether it is Mahi Mahi, snapper, tuna or grouper, a delicious lunch using a local fish will be the end result.

In From the Sea, Nicole introduces you to a variety of ways in which seafood is prepared in the islands.  You can have a stuffed whole fish, filet, or even Peleau (a dish that has as many personalities as islands in the Caribbean).

Be prepared for a menu that adjusts from the one listed based on what’s fresh and off the boats.  But also be prepared to have fun as we adapt, create, and enjoy what we prepare and eat!

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!

Nicole provides hands on instruction complemented by island life anecdotes and stories.  Classes start at 11 AM Monday through Saturday.  Nicole walks visitors through each recipe, discusses the spices used, and talks about the history of West Indian flavours in her own lighthearted way.  Visitors are asked to come on time and most acquire transportation either via a taxi or rented car.  

Typical Menu: A typical From the Sea menu includes the following (depending upon the availability of certain ingredients):

  • Cocktails: Nicole's Old Fashioned Rum Punch, a local juice, and water from our sky filled cisterns
  • Appetizer: Garlic Shrimp in Crispy Wonton with Avocado
  • Main: Grilled Ginger Lime Mahi Mahi with Pineapple Salsa, Basmati Rice, and a Rainbow Salad
  • Dessert: Mini Cheesecakes with Passion Fruit or Coconut Tart

Come visit us, learn to cook the West Indian way, and enjoy a wonderful view with new friends!

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