first_img Related Items:Blight Clare, david bowen, Jennifer Forbes, Kishma Mills, nadia hall, Noel Seymour, Paula Capehart, Sheryl Dean-Williams, south caicos Recommended for you Teen dies mysteriously in South Caicos, Police investigate State of Emergency Declared for South Caicos Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppSouth Caicos, 14 Oct 2014 – Who was named best sea food cook in South Caicos… well the prizes were shared between three ladies and a ‘gent’ in the Fishing Capital on their National Heritage Month weekend. Nadine Hall got first place in five categories: boil fish, stew conch, peas n rice, Johnny cake and conch fritters; third for her lobster dish and her fried fish. Prize money for Nadine $850. Olive Paul won $675 and got second for her boil fish, conch fritters, fry fish, stew conch, peas n rice, Johnny cake and first for her conch and hominy. Sandra Hall is the third big winner, carrying home $500 in cash and best lobster dish, best fry fish and third in stew conch. The lone male winner, Bradford Hall took home $200 a master and also first in Fry Fish. Director of Culture, David Bowen said they are thrilled at how the events are unraveling so far… saying the motorcade was a feat accomplished. Judges in the South Caicos seafood cooking competition were: Kishma Mills, Noel Seymour, Jennifer Forbes, Blight Clare, Sheryl Dean-Williams and Paula Capehart. South Caicos student new Junior Tourism Minister for TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img

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