Founded in 2014, Victuals.me started out as a blog with one vision: to provide news and commentary about food in a way that Suriname had not yet seen.
Now, it is one of Suriname’s culinary & travel lifestyle digital magazine. It has original content, covering news and opinion from different territories in and outside Suriname. And we also re-post newsworthy content from around the world.
Victuals.me is the digital news version of the Culinary Magazine: Victuals. This magazine is bilingual with recipes from Chefs in Suriname, articles about culinary etiquette, health, restaurants, food cultures, and more.
You can buy the first edition and read it on kindle. Click here!
The Dutch Caribbean Island of Curaçao is recognized worldwide for its rich history, diverse culture, colorful architecture, and lively locals. With travelers now more than ever seeking memorable encounters and cultural immersions, the island is poised to become a trending destination in 2022 and beyond. Speaking to the island’s culture […]
June 01, 2022, Sandals Resorts, 40th Anniversary Sandals Resorts International (SRI) announces the opening of its 16th Sandals Resort, Sandals Royal Curaçao, welcoming its first guests today and marking the Luxury Included® resort company’s debut in the Dutch Caribbean. Reinventing how travelers experience this soulful part of the region, Sandals […]
April, the month I had my “little” cooking class adventure! Some of my girls and I applied for the cooking class: Sranang Cuisine. And I’d love to show you the results. Recipes will follow soon! Marble Cake Fish Pie Raisin Bread Buns Ground provisions Salad Oven dish Party Cake Risolles
Conducting a little research on Facebook, made me see that in Suriname we don’t really have authentic Surinamese street foods. There are some, but not many. While I think that street foods should be prepared on the streets, others think differently. As long as the food is ready to eat […]
Kluwe/Kluweh/Kluwih is a Javanese dish made from young chestnut. It is made in a Santen! This means it uses Kunir/ Turmeric/ Hardi (so many names for 1 spice! Haha) and coconut milk to create a delicious sauce. The fruits must still be so young that the crusts around the seeds […]