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Learn About Caribbean Cooking in Curaçao

Submitted by on September 11, 2009 – 7:47 pmNo Comment

curacao_angelica2Curaçao’s newest addition to its eclectic mix of culinary options is Angelica’s Kitchen, where guests play two roles: that of chef and gourmand. Angelica’s Kitchen is situated in a restored house in the historic Otrobanda district in Willemstad, Curaçao. Here, Angelique Schoop initiates you in the culinary secrets of the island.

A typical cooking class at Angelica’s Kitchen would be as follows: The guests arrive at 6 p.m. and get accustomed to the idea that they are doing the cooking. By 6:30 p.m. the guests are transformed in to chefs (!), with their apron and utensils. Angelique demonstrates some elements of the recipes, and puts 2 or 3 cooks to work on each dish. Meals usually include two appetizers “to get the taste buds tingling”, a first course, the main course and, finally, dessert. The evening ends after the meal is savored, usually around 10:30 p.m.

curacao_angelicaNo time for a class, Road Trip Foodies? If you would like to experience a “small bite” of Angelica’s Kitchen, maybe a culinary walking tour is the thing for you — there are two versions of the Culinary Walking Tour: one with hands-on lunch and one with lunch at the Old Market. Both tours start at the Otrobanda side of the Pontoon bridge at 09:30 a.m.

Curacao, part of the Dutch Kingdom, is situated in the Caribbean Sea near its sister islands Aruba and Bonaire, forming the “ABC islands”.

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