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St. Croix Caribbean Fruit Part II

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When it comes to fruit, it’s hard to pick a favorite -especially when St. Croix has so many to choose from.  I suppose for me, it comes down to what season it is because trust me, when mango season hits, you’ll find me beneath the trees mono-mealing a dozen of them, no joke.  So in..read more

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St. Croix Food – Snacks and Local Treats from St. Croix

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St. Croix food is a beautiful blend of rich culture and history from all over the place.  The snacks and local treats vary from roadside stands serving up grilled corn and fresh pressed sugar cane juice to heaps and piles of fresh coco’s that are decanted into gallon jugs, right in front of you.  The..read more

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Monthly Favorites: Local St. Croix Snacks

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Today’s post is the first in my “Monthly Favorites” series where I’ll be corralling a list of my current favorite things {probably mostly food related}. This guy is called Soursop/Guanabana/Guyabana, among other names. 4 lbs of the freshest soursop which can grow up to 15 lbs. I’ve long enjoyed this fruit but right now, they..read more

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