History Lives In This Old House

Recently had my article about a historic home on Green Turtle Cay published in Abaco Life. Here are some additional photographs that I took to accompany the piece.

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Recipe Sharing: Minced Lobster / Crawfish

There are quite a few recipes pending completion in my draft list and I thought now was a perfect time to share one of them with you: After being back home in the Bahamas from January to the beginning of April 2014, one thing is for certain — there is a limited amount you can buy on Green…

Highlights of: ‘Devour! The Beach’ Food & Wine Festival

With the long-winded agro of traveling back to the UK after three months at home in the Bahamas, I have finally gotten the chance to share with you my highlights of the first ‘Devour! The Beach’ food and wine festival that took place the end of March on Green Turtle Cay. ‘Devour! The Beach’ is the…

Tranquil Turtle’s Sunday Fish Fry

As seen in The Abaconian newspaper, published March 15th 2014.  As one of Green Turtle Cay’s oldest resorts and marinas, Bluff House has had a major revamp in the last three years. With new owners and a fresh set of staff, they are taking on new projects and events and one of particular success is…

An Interview with an Artist: Rett Sturman

Original article seen in Vol. 22, Issue 4 of The Abaconian newspaper published March 1st 2014, pg. 15 Green Turtle Cay had a new face that became quite familiar recently. Usually found with his easel propped opposite his muse – one of the cay’s street views, homes or beaches, Rett Sturman has created a growing…

Work Flow: Upcoming Published Work

Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of freelance work keeping my brain busy and my Moleskine diary very full. I’ve also been constantly applying for jobs (when I say constantly, I mean like 10 a day) and begging for work experience. It seems like I’m in that awkward category of having both too much experience and…

Mamma Mia!: Nan’s ‘Italian’ Crumble

As I can’t seem to shut up about, I recently visited Italy…but because I have memories of my Nan always having a tin of a biscotti to enjoy with her coffee, I thought the perfect birthday gift for her would be just that.  Could only laugh when she opened the tin to find they weren’t…

Peach Mumble with Sloan Keck

Sloan Keck is a name often linked to Francesca Woodman’s famous photography: “Writing about Francesca is for me like writing about my elbow. I know it well…and I know how it works, but I feel it more than I look at it,” she explains in a conversation with Kelsi Farrington Thirty years after Francesca’s tragic…

For The Love Of Beef

The UK’s Relationship With Meat (Published on Urban Times) With the recent badger cull raising the respite from animal welfare troopers across the South West, what hasn’t been heralded is the proven adoration for protecting our beef. Cows are protected and worshiped in India but it is less easily realised that here in the UK,…

Moving On Up: Is City Life The Next Step?

(Published on Urban Times) Whoever laughs off the fact that it is both difficult and frustrating being a recent Graduate needs a lesson on how hard it really is: an average day can be endlessly spent searching on every job application website, jumping at any remotely interesting-sounding jobs, uploading a CV (putting your fears of…

Cornwall’s Caribbean Connections

Cornwall’s Caribbean Connections Words and Photographs by Kelsi Farrington Published in Cornwall Today (The Summer Issue, August 2013) Falmouth might not appear to be the obvious location for a Caribbean restaurant but chef John Duncan challenged that assumption when he opened Cribbs. Six years ago, the St Vincent-born chef brought his Caribbean roots and background as a…

A Chat and a Bowl of Pea Souk

Words by Kelsi Farrington Photographs by Lucy K. Piper Published on Frais Magazine Being cramped and hard to find aren’t normally advantages for a business, but for Nicola Willis, her ability to put a positive spin on her unique and off-the-beaten-track café ensures Pea Souk’s season-dependent vegetarian menu is fresh, colourful and continuously inspired by her far-east…