September 9, 2019

  • Grab a ceviche, sashimi, tiradito and more at our seafood and vegan raw bar

  • Stop for a quick but healthy lunch

  • Attend an event supporting a worthy cause

  • Drink a unique tropical cocktail at our bar

  • Fuel up with a delicious, healthy tropical break...

July 1, 2019

HAITI/NOLA: Ties that Bind

Haitian Art Exhibit and Film Premier




527 Julia Street

New Orleans, Louisiana

Contact: Dana Honn

On Thursday, July 4th, 2019 Carmo will launch an exhibit featuring an extensive collection of Haiti art, including p...

June 14, 2018

From around the US to the Caribbean, Central and South America to our friends across the Atlantic, the time I’ve spent abroad with fishers, chefs, fisheries managers and biologists and others has clearly demonstrated to me that the rest of the world recognises that the...

May 8, 2018

Des Allemands is a small community about 35 minutes southeast of New Orleans, situated along a bayou of the same name. Settled in 1721 by resourceful German immigrants, it has become known as the “Catfish Capital of the Universe,” due to the prolific wild catfish fishe...

August 27, 2017

All About Betty
When I was six years old, I entered a Betty Crocker recipe contest. My dish was maybe a little ironically named, “Arctic Mississippi Mud Pie,” a frozen concoction of chocolate, brownies, marshmallows, ice cream, caramel and nuts. The chocolatey, gooey s...

June 2, 2017

Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, New York City
June 2nd, 2024

Dear Barron,
You don’t know me and will most-likely never meet me, but I just wanted to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your graduation from high school (glad you were able to return to...

March 14, 2017

Every cuisine contains ingredients which are in some way definitive on a cultural level, and the “intersection of food in culture, traditions and history” is really the definition of “foodways.” Given that, it would be difficult to speak about the foodways of Peru and...

February 15, 2017

Carnival Traditions: Cabo Verde | Goa | Trinidad & Tobago | Angola | VeniceBrazil

In order to understand carnival in Trinidad and Tobago, one has to understand “J’Ouvert” (the contraction of the French jour ouvert or dawn/daybreak), the official start of the two da...

February 15, 2017

Carnival Traditions: Cabo Verde | Goa | Trinidad & Tobago | Angola | VeniceBrazil

Carnival in Angola

Millions of people were stolen into slavery from the West African coastline, including a large number from what is now Angola. They ended up in the U.S., Brazil, Ja...

February 15, 2017

Carnival Traditions: Cabo Verde | Goa | Trinidad & Tobago | Angola | Venice | Brazil

Ancient History to Carnival in a Paragraph

The earliest traces of human life in the region now known as Goa has a history that goes back 20,000 - 30,000 years (the oldest in India),...

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