TriniGourmet thanks ‘all yuh’ for the online love :)

Thank YouFor those who are not fluent in Trini ‘all yuh’ means ‘all of you’, it is also the name of Trinidad and Tobago?ข‚วจ‚ัขs user driven social content website. Early this morning it came to my attention that was listed as one of their Top 10 Trinidad and Tobago Blogs! Wowee ๐Ÿ˜€ You can see the list of other winners here. Not surprisingly I am also an avid reader of many of them, and know the names and faces behind at least two of them personally.

But my thanks does not stop with!

Recentlly featured TriniGourmet and my Doubles post in its postcard series. Not only did this expose Trini cooking to a whole new audience it also enlightened me to the inspiration behind this very popular snack. Called Chole (or Chana Batura) it is also a popular Punjabi street and breakfast. Take a look at the pictures/recipe and you can see that the similarities are undeniable (is bara possibly a modification of batura?)!

I was also quite flattered to be interviewed recently by Can Cook Must Cook for an article she is developing on Caribbean food bloggers and what drives us to do what we do. She compiled her developing thoughts into a very interesting post which you can read here.

Finally, recently I got a very touching comment from a reader. When I started this site I saw it as a way to promote and share Trinidad cooking with foreigners and homesick Trinis looking to recreate a taste of home. However this reader’s comment shattered all assumptions I had held about how the recipes I share here would be utilized. It really reinforced for me how emotional and emotive food is, its power to be a social bridge and tool for friendship and bonds. Read her story and see if you too don’t get a little verklempt!

Much bigups to everyone who has helped and supported me in growing and promoting this site. It is much appreciated and not taken for granted ๐Ÿ™‚ Ah lovin’ allyuh real bad! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Kimberley

    Congratulations Sarina! I enjoy your posts and keep up the great blogging ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Lilandra

    your site was down earlier today
    bandwidth exceeded
    is that the trini equivalent of dug/slashdotted? allyuh’ed :-p

    • Sarina

      lolz ๐Ÿ™‚ yeah i was so annoyed when i saw that, esp when i had seen the night before that i had almost reached the limit i had set on this domain, and had gone ‘nah, is only 1 day left in the month, i’ll be fine ๐Ÿ˜› ‘

      • Lilandra


        i don’t think my site has every been *that* popular to get bandwidth exceeded :))

  • Dre

    Your welcome! Keep up the good work here at TriniGourmet.

  • Vee

    Congratulations, Sarina!

    it’s been quite a month for you, hasn’t it? I know I have been happy since I discovered your blog. Keep them coming!

  • Trinifood

    You’re doing a fab job! Stay up girl!

  • Chennette

    Woohoo – Congratulations!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • MeltingWok

    Sarina, congratulations for a fantastic blog, need I to say more ? ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Sarina

    Thanks for all the kind comments everyone ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Josh P.G. Lane


    It has been a pleasure!! Thank you for all you do. Love TriniGourmet! ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Sarina

    Awww, thanks Josh! ๐Ÿ˜€ Loving the Church signs project ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Josh Lane

    Awww, thanks Sarina! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’m glad to hear you enjoy the Send Me A Sign Project! ๐Ÿ˜€

    I need to take some time off from the road to cook up some of your delicious recipes!

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