Good hope to host local cuisine extravaganza as part of independence 2019 celebrations

Creole food Dominica. Photo credit: Gwen Whitfield

The Eastern community of Good Hope will join in early independence celebrations with a Local Cuisine Extravaganza planned for Saturday October 12.

The event is organized by Ashille’s Bar and Grill in collaboration with the Dominica Festivals Committee (DFC), organizers of the World Creole Music Festival (WCMF.) It runs from 8p.m. at the Good Hope Resource Center grounds.

The DFC will bring its WCMF Flash Mob and season ticket special as well as the opportunity to ‘spin the wheel’ and win WCMF prize packages.

Organizers say the activity is meant to give local vendors the avenue to showcase and promote traditional dishes, and increase the hype ahead of the World Creole Music Festival.

Patrons will be treated to Fish Water, Shatoo Water, Lobster, Bwego Water and Steamed Fish, among other delicacies.

The Petite Soufriere Cultural Group and the Petite Soufriere Jing Ping Band led by Isma Alie are scheduled to perform along with DJs Chino, Athie, Flip Tha Boss and the popular Bouyon hit makers Signal Band.

Entry is $10.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Bwa-Banday
    October 10, 2019

    Lol that photo depicts what you get in the US when trying to buy creole food at a Dominican , lucian or Haitian affair :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    The quaint hamlets of Good Hope, Pte.Soufriere and San Sauveur have the real deal so why not showcase it? I am going to Good Hope to eat fake creole food. I want the real deal. Where is the calaloo, cucumber and sive salad with a likke oil and garlic :mrgreen: , ton-ton with a cod fish sangcoach sauce with bonda ma-jack? That is what we expect in the hamlet. Not fake food :mrgreen: .

  2. Jamie
    October 10, 2019

    RICE IS NOT PART CREOLE COOKING.

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