Join John and Alie Young in the second class of our SIP SERIES of virtual workshops on a variety of creative topics.

Enjoy making a meal that has brought generations of Bermudians together. With true island hospitality, Mr. & Mrs. John Young III invite guests to cook our signature cod fish breakfast, a recipe handed down through the Young Family. This is the perfect opportunity for a relaxed, virtually social way to learn about Bermuda’s culinary heritage. John and Alison took over the Ledgelets (formerly part of the now closed Lantana Colony Club) five years ago, and have re-introduced three cottages to their vacation rental collection – currently open for staycations! Catch a glimpse into this bold pink brushstroke of a property that made remarkable contributions to setting the tone of the Golden Age of travel, tourism, art and civilised resort style. Visit: // Instagram: @lcc_bda

Put on your chef’s hat and and gather these ingredients:

  • Salted Codfish (soaked the night before in cold water; drain in the morning and re-soak in cold water until cook time)
  • 4 Eggs (hard-boiled)
  • 2 Avocados
  • 2 Bananas
  • 1/2 lb Red Potatoes (or any small round potato)
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil and/or butter
  • Fresh Thyme
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Salt
  • Pepper

* Recipe serves 4.

Cooking in Shorts with John & Alie Young | Virtual SIP SERIES Workshop Now Available On Demand

Thanks to donors like you, Family Centre has been able to provide critical services for children and families in Bermuda for 30 years.  We expect an increase in the need for our family strengthening services as we emerge from shelter in place requirements, and as a result of COVID-19.

The minimum donation for this SIP Series class is $25.

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