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Latest Recipes

Vegan One Pot Pasta

This epic Vegan One Pot Pasta dish features an assortment of colourful veggies and the […]

Vegan One Pot Pasta

Black Eyed Peas Soup

In West Africa, black eyed peas are considered a good luck charm and are consumed […]

Christmas Turkey

Chrisal makes a mouthwatering Christmas Turkey using a flavor injector and a spice and herb […]

Christmas Turkey

Total Local Chocolate Cake

This is no ordinary chocolate cake recipe, this is my total local chocolate cake recipe. […]

total local chocolate cake

Homemade Butter Cookies

Raise your hand if you’re tired of opening your cookie tins to only be greeted […]

homemade butter cookies

Vanilla Sponge Cake

Christine shares her aunt’s recipe for an easy vanilla sponge cake that you can make […]

Vegan Pumpkin Loaf

This vegan pumpkin loaf is simple yet amazing recipe and is the perfect dessert for […]

Vegan Pumpkin Loaf

Aioli Up Market

Across the world Coronavirus has caused many restaurants to rethink their dining experience and Trinidad […]

A Celebration Of Sorrel

For this episode of Mmhmm I decided to have a celebration of sorrel in the […]

A Celebration Of Sorrel


Lasagna is one of those ultimate comforting and classic dishes. Like many comfort dishes, there […]


Coconut Drops

Chrisal recreates her granny’s recipe for Coconut Drops. This snack has a signature rough exterior […]

Guinness Goat Stew

Baidawi reveals the latest iteration of his Guinness Goat Stew recipe. This goat stew combines […]

Guinness Goat Stew

Eatahfood is all about sharing great recipes and tutorials on how to make your favorite local dishes. Our mission is to highlight chefs, restaurants, food producers, foodies and other key figures who help shape the culinary landscape in the Caribbean.

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The EatAhFood Channel is an online food media channel that celebrates Caribbean food and culture. Since our launch in 2008 our focus has been dedicated to showcasing our farming, agriculture, food producers, chefs and foodies who help shape our culinary landscape with the goal of promoting food security and culinary tourism in Trinidad and Tobago and the region.


The reach of the content on the channel depends on much more than the technical aspects of videography like set design, lighting, audio, camera operation and editing. We employ a suite of services to inform our content strategy and ensure that what we produce is not just entertaining and informative but also relevant.

 Content planning, copywriting, SEO along with digital marketing and social media management all work in unison to engage our existing audience but to also reach new viewers. This special blend of ingredients is the perfect recipe that allows EAF content to continue to engage and inspire.

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