Nicole Arthurton has worked in restaurants and at her mother's table since she was a little girl helping out in her parents restaurant in Plymouth, Montserrat. Nicole's genius in the kitchen emanates from a love of cooking her mother instilled in her as a child and that she carried into adulthood.
Nicole's mother, Pam, is known for her ability to whip up a mouth-watering meal in minutes. In the old days on Montserrat (before the volcano erupted), if you heard that Pam was cooking, you would always figure out a way to come. Now Nicole is known for the same thing... the ability to make good food fast all with a smile, good humour, and a love of life.
Nicole has worked as a chef in the US and most recently as a private chef on the exclusive island of Jumby Bay off the coast of Antigua. Working at a private estate, Nicole served a wide clientele from around the globe serving cuisines that were as varied as her visitors.
Nicole's love of family and friends is always expressed through her cooking. Nicole loves to play with foods from around the world. It gives her a chance to experiment with various spices, herbs, and other ingredients to make new tongue tingling flavors and culinary experiences.
Nicole says, "West Indians work hard, play hard, and love their food.
My goal is not just to teach you about our food and others, but to let
you experience our culture..."
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