King of Curry Goat & Duck!! FAVORITE FOODS in Trinidad & Tobago – Caura River Lime!!

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – One of the favorite food pastimes in Trinidad is to go to the river and have what’s called a “river lime,” where you hang out with friends and family, cook some delicious food, and enjoy nature all at the same time. Today we’re heading to Caura River, where Kev is going to cook up some delicious curry goat!

Big thank you to #visitTrinidad for inviting me to Trinidad and Tobago and for making this trip happen! Guide to the things and food in this video:

Friends in the video:
Zaak (Foodie Tales with Zaak):
Damian Luk Pat:
Kev: Thanks for your amazing cooking
Alan Charles (The Trini Surfer):
Lester Nanan: Nanan Caroni Bird Sanctuary Tours

We drove out to Caura River to first have our river lime. Kev was already busy in the setup tent kitchen along the riverside. On the menu, the main event was the Trinidadian curry goat, but we also had chana and potatoes, and curry duck. What I love so much about the Trinidad and Tobago curries are the layers of flavor – from the curry powder to the onions and garlic, to all the green seasoning like shadow beni and green onions and thyme. The recipes are amazing. We had an amazing feast, and I especially loved the curry goat and curry duck!

Nanan’s Caroni Bird Sanctuary Tours – Next in the afternoon we headed out to Nanan’s Caroni Bird Sanctuary Tours for a boat tour and dinner at the amazing bird sanctuary, where scarlet ibis roost for. It was an amazing experience, and even better because we had dinner on the boat!

And that completes another amazing day of food and sightseeing in Trinidad, food and nature at its best!





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