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Bringing Barbados to you…
Are you missing The Beach Club and its exquiste menu? Well you’re in luck, as we continue to share our favourite recipes with you all; why not give cooking fine Bajan cuisine from the comfort of your own home a go?
This weeks recipes are mouth watering Shrimp Pasta washed downed with a delicious Golden Mojito.
What you’ll need –
• 2 oz Mount Gay Eclipse Rum
• 1 ½ oz Simple Syrup
• 1 ½ oz Fresh lime juice
• 8 fresh mint leaves
• 2 strawberries
• Canada Dry ginger ale
Shrimp Pasta (One Serving)
• 150 g Pasta (elbows)
• 5 Jumbo Shrimp
• 1 cups Cooking cream(Elle & Vire)
• ½ cup of green peas
• 1 tsp Blackened spice
• ½ oz Fresh Lime juice
• 1 lime
• 1/2 tsp salt
• 1/2 tsp black pepper
• 1 tbsp Olive oil
• 1/2 pack grated Parmesan cheese
How to make the Shrimp dish and accompanying cocktail –
Golden Mojito –
Place 8 fresh mint leaves into shaker and gently muddle. Then add your Rum, syrup, lime juice, strawberries and ice into the shaker and shake vigorously for 30 seconds. To serve pour all of the ingredients from the shaker into a tall glass and top up with Canada dry ginger ale. Finalise with a garnish of a mint head and a slice of strawberry. Sit back, relax and enjoy…
Shrimp Pasta –
To begin, place 150g of pasta (elbows) alongside two cups of boiling water and a pinch of salt into a medium size pan. Bring to the boil then leave the pasta cooking for ten minutes, once the pasta is cooked drain it into a colander and allow to cool; please do not cool the pasta off with cold water, simply drizzle in an oil of your choice.
Whilst cooking your pasta, marinate your shrimps in blackened spice, lemon juice including zest and salt and pepper. Once your shrimps are marinating, you can begin to make your accompanying sauce. Add two cups of heavy cooking cream (Elle & Vire) into a preheated frying pan bring it to a boil and then add your pasta, peas, grated parmesan cheese and salt and pepper. Whilst leaving this on a low heat to simmer, prepare to book your cooks by preheating a nonstick pan on a medium heat. Once your pan is to heat, place your marinated shrimps into the pan alongside a tablespoon of olive oil; cook for 5 minutes.
To serve, plate your pasta first and then carefully place your shrimps on top to finish.
Join Singita Wellness every Tuesday…
Following on from another successful week, here’s a quick reminder that Michelle at Singita Wellness is offering complimentary classes for all to enjoy. Great fun was had by all at this weeks class, for a chance to feature in our next newsletter; make sure you get involved!
With a slight change next weeks class will be held at 2.30pm on Tuesday the 5th May and is focused on Super Stretch.
Everyone is welcome, so what are you waiting for?
To join in Michelle’s Super Stretch Class simply follow this link and connect via Zoom. Link here
Why not share your home work out videos with us? Email us or share them with us on social media.
Find a schedule for the next 3 weeks classes below –
May 5th – Super Stretch
May 12th – Full Body (Cardio & Core)
May 19th – Yoga/Pilates Fusion
To find out more about the classes that Singita Wellness are offering, visit their website here. Singita Wellness Website Link.
Test yourself like a pro… A Tennis pro that is.
The serve is the most important shot in tennis. It’s the shot that starts the point!
Here Cherise is sharing 3 drills you can do at home in order to perfect your toss for that flawless serve!
Improve your golf – Perfect your game with Bill Longmuir.
Few people can claim to know the Championship golf course as well as resident professional Bill Longmuir. It was at Royal Westmoreland that Bill won the 2008 DGM Barbados Open on the Senior Tour with a scintillating final round of 65! Continuing his series of tips, Bill talks us through one of the trickiest holes on the course – the renowned Par 3, 15th hole.
Introducing… Christopher Pitt – Concierge
“Looking forward to welcoming you and your family to Royal Westmoreland and Barbados. Hope you are keeping well and safe in these trying times. I’m pretty optimistic that soon we should have some movement on the island and hopefully travel from the UK to Barbados”. – Chris
Length of time at Royal Westmoreland – Joined December 2006
Most popular request from guests – Catamaran Cruise
Strangest request from guests – Haven’t really gotten any strange requests at the moment, but I am sure there will be some when guests return!
Your recommendation for someone to experience the ‘Best of Barbados’:
• A Villa or Apartment at Royal Westmoreland.
• If you are a golfer we have the best golf course on island.
• Restaurants, in my opinion ‘The Cliff’ is the most sought after table reservation for the best location, food, service and ambiance.
• A trip to the northern part of the island, namely the animal flower cave and a light lunch. Then a drive to the east coast, taking in a rum tour of St Nicholas Abbey on the way.
• Travel along the East coast to Bathsheba to experience the rustic, unspoilt Barbados. The drive is very scenic and calming. For a little more natural beauty, head to Harrison’s Cave, located in the centre of the island, for a short tour.
• Limegrove Lifestyle Centre, Holetown for the best of fashion, cinema, shopping, dining and entertainment.
• And of course every Friday evening the world famous Oistins Fish Fry.
I look forward to greeting you again soon!
Panoramique – Turning your dreams into reality…
A stunning contemporary design is presented by Sean Armstrong, Director of Barbados Practice, Alan Armstrong Associates and founder of SA Design.
It has long been a proud boast at Royal Westmoreland that luxury is defined by the smallest of details, and this will be immediately evident throughout the interior of PANORAMIQUE.
In the striking interplay of rich mahogany, cool marble and polished chrome steel. In the use of the very finest technology. In the care and attention lavished on every item, from the design of a door handle to the turn of a tap. In the bespoke furniture, artworks and accessories with interior design carefully managed by leading UK designer, Lucy Tattershall.
Inside, all will be light, cool and supremely spacious. Open doors, covered verandas and terraces will extend your living space for year round enjoyment. And mature landscaping will offer you the freedom and privacy of your own tropical garden.
Step inside and take a look…