Local Chefs offer their favorite coal pot dishes for a fresh taste of the tropics! Coal pot cooking is something of a cultural institution in the islands. Coal pots are generally pretty small – usually about a foot in diameter. The modest size means they don’t hold a whole lot of coals. Thus, they don’t get super hot. In this way, they offer more of a slow-cook meal prep experience, enabling the deep, rich flavors and nutrients of your food to shine through. The earthy, smoked flavor from the coals also provide a nice added bonus. If you are interested in cooking in the coal pot cook-off, please contact St Thomas Historical Trust at 340-774-5541
CALLING ALL KINGS & QUEENS of EVERY NATIONALITY! It’s “Love, Life & Fiyah” the 125th Earthstrong of H.I.M. on Saturday, July 22, 2017 @ KRUSH Nightclub! (10PM -UNTIL) $10.00 COVER CHARGE!!! (Ladies free until 11PM) Music By: King Judah Sounds & G-Star Sounds! Performing LIVE: Ambassadah Seven! Smokey B! Empress I-lah Omega! Exodus! Faded! Fyah Bun! Ganjanero! Gideon Rebel! Jah Sekhemna! Mr. Heights! Raggamuffin Tribe! Reverend Livation! Sam I Am! Learn about R.A.S. Events: R.A.S (Roots, Rock, Reggae, R&B, Rap And Sound) it is a promotional oriented VI/Urban cultural exposition – Hosted and Created by Souljahz of Jah Ent. It helps promote and unify Local Artists, Musicians, Photographers, Dancers, and other members of the Virgin Islands community. The expo encourages networking and inspires everyone by expressing their talents through Caribbean & Urban mediums such as Fashion, Film, Music, Culinary, Performing and Visual Arts. RAS was created to stimulate, develop and grow the artist’ of our community along with our Virgin Islands, as a whole.