Limin’ and Dinin’ in Trinidad & Tobago – video

Another CARICOM member – featured by Guyanese Online

Trinidadian cuisine documentary

A documentary exploring the history and culture of cuisine in Trinidad and Tobago. Produced and shot on location through University of California, Davis Summer Aboard program 2010.

Limin’ and Dinin’ in Trinidad & Tobago – video

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  • Paul Lowtan  On 04/20/2012 at 3:06 pm

    Unfortunately the video did not feature any East Indians which comprise appx 40% of the population.Even the popular East Indian doubles was featured by a non-Indian.Almost every citizen eats curry food sometime or the other which was not featured.The producer (as like most journalists too) conduct their ‘research’ mostly in the city areas hence the reason for this ‘delima’.

  • Ann Heather Masters  On 04/23/2012 at 9:31 pm

    Wonderful, oh how I miss my Trinidadian food! My favorite is crab and callaloo, when I was young in Trinidad that was a Sunay dish with Pigeon peas and rice. My sister, Judy, cooks more of the dishes than I do cause I came to the USA as a child and she stayed behind until she was 17 years old. I agree that they did not mentioned was the many curried dishes, some which go into the roti. Love it all. Ann Heather Walker Masters

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