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D is for Dinner: Celebrating Parang with coconut sweet bread

sweet-bread.jpgParang is a style of music and a time to celebrate in the communities of Trinidad and Tobago. And we brought the celebration right to our studio, as we invited Resa Solomon-St. Lewis of Baccanelle catering and Ingrid John-Baptiste to share some Trini treats ahead of a Parang event this weekend.

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Click here for Resa's recipe for coconut sweet bread.

 

And if you're inspired to check out more treats and music, head to Ottawa City Hall this Sunday starting at 1:30pm for a Parang celebration. Tickets available at Mugena's on Richmond Rd, or by calling 613-834-4282.

 

 

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