Grenada Food Report: Part I
Grenada Food Report: Part I – Local Dishes & Locally Produced Products
Grenada is located in the southern part of the Caribbean. It’s affectionately known as “The Spice Island” due to the vast quantities of nutmeg and mace that is grown and exported from the island.
We traveled the length and breadth of the island in search of great tasting local dishes which genuinely showcased Grenadian/Caribbean food.
We also photographed some interesting locally produced Caribbean food products.
Here’s what we found..!
Stew Pork, rice and peas, macaroni cheese, pak choi & salad selection
Roast corn – street food
Salt Fish & Bakes
Stew chicken, sauted carrots, cou cou (polenta) and vegetable pie
Stew Pork and macaroni cheese
Sauted Cassava with carrots, green/red/yellow peppers
Creole Shack, St Georges Grenada Menu. One of the best places in Grenada to get great local dishes at local prices. We ate here quite regularly!
Rice & peas
Locally Produced Food Products
Cocoa Balls made on the Belmont Estate. The Belmont Estate grows Cocoa beans.
Golden Apple chutney