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Sunday 22nd, August 2010

Further Thoughts on Taste T&T 2010

See first post.

It occurs to me the workshop is on September 2nd and 3rd.
Bear in mind, so you don’t attribute anything to sour grapes, I have no expectation of being invited.

But, that’s during Ramadhan. You know fasting?
But I guess muslims only account for about 6% (or something like that) of the population.
And of that, who knows how many fast, right?
So, maybe muslims not really invited.
Maybe after all, we’ve not really contributed to what’s made Trinbagonian food so unique…so good.
So fasting muslims don’t need to be invited to the workshop at all!

And then the first Sunday lunch is on September 12th.
Well, let me tell you, Eid-ul-Fitr is most likely September 10th or maybe the 11th.
Will I really be able to convince my tired parents and other muslim family to drive up to Toco the next day?

Well, Chennette might be here for that weekend.

ETA: This link has two links to T&T websites, neither of which work.
What a release.

3 Comments »

  1. Well really….who says Muslims have not contributed to the food in Trinidad and Tobago….the contribution is across all ethnic grouping. MUSLIMS came with Christopher Colombus and then the Slave Trade where the Africans brought their food native to Muslim Africa. This was followed by those who came from India and then those from the Arab lands…..So Muslim food is present ….

  2. mom that was sarcasm! or something so!

  3. Hmmmm
    age creeps up and we miss these things….lol

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