Right after the Champagne Brunch wrapped up, we headed over to the Artisan Market to enjoy more cocktails and tasty bites while lounging poolside. (Life is so hard. ) Guests also had the opportunity to meet their favorite chefs and have their cookbooks autographed — how awesome is that! I was excited to see Chef Scott Popovic of Certified Angus Beef and sample his creative cotton candy wrapped beef. Sounds a little strange, but it tasted amazing! I’ve become quite the White Tip fan while out here in the Cayman Islands after only four short days, and was very happy to see a Cayman Islands Brewery station which had all four of their beers: Caybrew, White Tip, Ironshore, and Pirates Gold. You better believe I’m taking a tour of the brewery when I’m back here next year! It was so much fun running into a few familiar faces: Ruth M. (Caymankind Culinary Ambassador), Corey Blohm (Manager at The Brassiere) and Simon Crompton (amazing bartender), and making new friends: Christina Pantelidis (Cayman Free Press) and Luigi Moxan (Owner of Cayman Cabana). Thanks, Christina, for introducing me to the Cayman Islands’ famous stewed beef!
Chef Scott Popovic of Certified Angus Beef in action
Chef Scott Popovic serving up some cotton candy wrapped beef
Cotton candy wrapped beef close up. Sounds strange, tastes amazing.
Thanks to awesome bartender Simon for these tasty Patron cocktails!
Love these ladies! SaraDISH (NYC Food Blogger) and Ruth M. (Caymankind Culinary Ambassador)
The Cayman Islands Brewery made a huge fan out of me during this trip
This gentleman became my new BFF after I returned to his station every ten minutes for more White Tip
Pass the cheese, please! Awesome assortment of cheeses, charcuterie, and artisan breads by Gourmet Foods International
What a pleasure running into Corey Blohm, Manager at The Brassiere!
Savored this local Cayman Islands stewed beef prepared by Cayman Cabana
So nice to meet Christina from Flava magazine & Luigi from Cayman Cabana. Thanks for the delicious stewed beef!
Hanging out by the pool