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Bake St. John

On St. John, we bake because we can. Cookies, cakes and breads are the comfort confectioneries of isolation. Mac-and-cheese may work for a bit, but nothing beats the joyous aroma of fresh baked goods. Starter Time Always wanted to make sourdough bread but never had time to make a starter? No time like the present! … Continued

VI Jamfest

The 2020 VI Jam Fest is coming to St. John March 5-7 with a great lineup of guest and local musicians. Held annually at Neptune’s Lookout, tickets can be purchased to attend daily shows or to camp on-site for the festival. A secret gem of a good time, we hope to see you front and … Continued

Folklife Festival

  Join the celebration on February 27-28, 2020 from 10am to 3:30pm on the VI National Park ballfield in Cruz Bay, St. John for the 29th annual Folklife Festival. The theme of the 2020 event is “Sharing Plenty”. Free for all to enjoy!   Since 1996, Friends of the Park has sponsored the annual Folklife … Continued

Volunteer Vacation

Love St. John? Volunteer + Help Love City! CLEAR HIKING TRAILS + BEACHES If you like to hike, St. John is the place to share your time and talents by helping to maintain hiking trails, preserve historical sites, and cleanup beaches.  Friends of the VI National Park organizes volunteer work for Tuesdays and Thursdays. Meet … Continued

Hangover Cures

We’ve all been there. A night of total joy and celebration that leads to a morning of nausea and fatigue. What do you do when you’ve overindulged in last night’s libations besides curling up in the fetal position and praying for it all to pass? Let’s look at what got you there in the first … Continued

Bake Red Snapper

If you’re not lucky enough to catch your own red snapper, you can find fresh red snapper in local markets and restaurants throughout the Virgin Islands. When you do find yourself with some, here’s a recipe for how to make it a delicious meal! Ingredients Olive oil 1/2 white onion, diced 
3 cloves garlic, minced
1T … Continued

Mango Hurricane Drink Recipe

December 1st officially marks the end of hurricane season, so we thought we’d celebrate with a drink of the same name, the Mango Hurricane. Recipe for Mango Hurricane 1 part Cruzan Mango Rum 1 part Cruzan Aged Dark Rum Orange juice Splash of grenadine Combine ingredients with ice in a hurricane glass. Add a splash … Continued

Shopping in Coral Bay

Shop for Gifts in Coral Bay Choose from a fine selection of local custom goods, services and adventures during your visit to Coral Bay, St. John. Windspree Gallery: Local fine art. All pieces hand picked and sized for carry on travel. 340-201-3002 Windspree Activity Information Center: Adventures and trips on St. John – Plan and … Continued

Rum Runner

One of the most popular rum drinks in the Virgin Islands is the Rum Runner. Here’s the recipe we use with no complaints. Rum Runner Ingredients 1 oz Light Rum 1 oz Dark Rum I oz Banana Liqueur 1 oz Blackberry Brandy 2 oz Orange Juice Dash of Grenadine Blend with ice until smooth Garnish … Continued

West Indian Welk

A West Indian sea snail, the welk (or whelk) is also called a West Indian top shell or a magpie shell. They are not at all like the whelks in the US and Europe. Locally, West Indian welks are herbivores, whereas their northern whelk cousins prefer a meatier meal. West Indian welks are edible sea … Continued

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