Carriacou Corn Festival

Island: Carriacou
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It’s the ultimate culinary experience in which corn is crowned king. Carriacou is known for growing a large quantity of corn which remains a predominant staple food and permanent feature of the islands’ traditional “Saraca” – the communal sharing of smoked food.

The island brings together the elements of culture, music and corn related foods to entice one’s tastebuds and create a unique experience. Whether it is coo-coo, cornbread, corn cake, conkie ‘paime”, corn porridge or corn-kebabs, it’s on offer for your enjoyment. The event usually held in October at Foot Print Bar close to the Lauriston Airport, also showcases vibrant string band music and traditional May Pole dancing.

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