Ko'i Lechi or Kos di Lechi literally translated from Papiamento means : Things of milk. These delicious homemade candies are made from sugar, milk, sweetened condensed milk and flavorings. They can be made simply with powdered sugar and no cooking, or they can be made with whole milk on the stove, this results in a delicious fudge like candy called Ko'i Lechi Kayente, "Things of hot milk", this one is my personal favorite, but it is more difficult to make. I like mine plain, but additional flavoring and coloring are often added to suit everyone's taste. This treat is much more popular in Curacao, where it can be found most anywhere. Here in St. Maarten it's pretty much a treat made at home for special occasions. If you would like the recipe for Ko'i Leche or Ko'i Lechi Kayente, visit our Facebook page here, like us and let us know on our page which recipe you would like and we will send it to you.
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Tucked in a small side street in the Heart of Philipsburg, Anand Indian Restaurant has been providing St. Maarten with absolutely delicious Indian delights for many, many years. Though it might be hard to find if you don't know where to look, this restaurant should not be overlooked. Just turn left right after L'escargot on Front Street and it's on your left. Located in a brightly painted Caribbean cottage style house, you may find parking in the area difficult during the day, but don' let that stop you!
Located in the Marina area of Cole bay, which runs along the coast of the Simpson bay Lagoon, Lagoonies is off the beaten path, and is geared mainly towards the boating crowd that work and live in the area. It features a large central, well stocked bar, and a french bistro style menu offering ..... to continue reading this article, click the button below.
No more Pizza Pasta in Maho? Well, it is starting to look that way. I recently met with my friend Selena Figarolo, the owner of Pizza Pasta Trattoria Italiano, a veritable institution in the Maho area for over 25 years.....To continue reading this article click the first button below.