Posts Tagged: Carlo Gomes Casseres

752. Milon di Seru (Melons of the Hills)

“Bolcactus” (Ball Cactus) in Dutch, “Milon di Seru” / “Kabes di Indjan” / “Bushi” in Papiamentu, belongs to the Melocactus species, native to the Caribbean and South – Central American region. Commonly found in mondis (in the wild), Melocactus has about 30-40 species, but experts have yet to determine which are

752. Milon di Seru (Melons of the Hills)

“Bolcactus” (Ball Cactus) in Dutch, “Milon di Seru” / “Kabes di Indjan” / “Bushi” in Papiamentu, belongs to the Melocactus species, native to the Caribbean and South – Central American region. Commonly found in mondis (in the wild), Melocactus has about 30-40 species, but experts have yet to determine which are

755. Kuaresma (Lent) = Carnival in the Sky

We spend most of our childhood running around outdoors, soaking up the sun and cherishing life’s simple pleasures: flying kites (fli, ironically pron: flee), spinning tops (trom), filling our dad’s socks with marbles (ninichi, pron: neeneechee) and dominating the gutter in front of our classrooms during school

755. Kuaresma (Lent) = Carnival in the Sky

We spend most of our childhood running around outdoors, soaking up the sun and cherishing life’s simple pleasures: flying kites (fli, ironically pron: flee), spinning tops (trom), filling our dad’s socks with marbles (ninichi, pron: neeneechee) and dominating the gutter in front of our classrooms during school

777. We Lock-in Front-Row Seats to Our Carnival Parade

Our Carnival is a long-standing 6-week all-island-consuming celebration at the beginning of each year. We kick things off with our 4-day musical extravaganza, Festival di Tumba (this year’s winner, Tin Wowo Riba Bo – All Eyes On You by the

777. We Lock-in Front-Row Seats to Our Carnival Parade

Our Carnival is a long-standing 6-week all-island-consuming celebration at the beginning of each year. We kick things off with our 4-day musical extravaganza, Festival di Tumba (this year’s winner, Tin Wowo Riba Bo – All Eyes On You by the

816. Keshi Yená (Stuffed Cheese)

Pronounced: “Kaaaaysheeeee Yaaaaaynaaaaah” Frugality is key when it comes to import-dependent island living. Lucky for us, our awesome ancestors have invented creative ways to stretch and recycle provisions… gifting us delicious — yet frugal — dishes. Dutch cheese (Gouda and

816. Keshi Yená (Stuffed Cheese)

Pronounced: “Kaaaaysheeeee Yaaaaaynaaaaah” Frugality is key when it comes to import-dependent island living. Lucky for us, our awesome ancestors have invented creative ways to stretch and recycle provisions… gifting us delicious — yet frugal — dishes. Dutch cheese (Gouda and

829. Fresh Datu (or Kadushi?)

Acquiring the art/science of differentiating between Kadushi and Datu cactii is crucial if you’re yu’i Kòrsou. Americans avoid this issue altogether, referring to all of these long cylindrical cactii as “Candle”. Look, it’s okay, we’re not judging,  in fact, the

829. Fresh Datu (or Kadushi?)

Acquiring the art/science of differentiating between Kadushi and Datu cactii is crucial if you’re yu’i Kòrsou. Americans avoid this issue altogether, referring to all of these long cylindrical cactii as “Candle”. Look, it’s okay, we’re not judging,  in fact, the

850. “Green” Car Washing

1. BOB Autowas: intelligent and environmentally friendly car washing adapts to the car’s level of dirt and dirt intensity decreasing energy, water and chemical input by 20%-40%. Geek out by watching this short video created by carwashTV.com. 2. Rasta Car

850. “Green” Car Washing

1. BOB Autowas: intelligent and environmentally friendly car washing adapts to the car’s level of dirt and dirt intensity decreasing energy, water and chemical input by 20%-40%. Geek out by watching this short video created by carwashTV.com. 2. Rasta Car