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Nicole Arthurton

Nicole Arthurton Dennis (on the back right in the image) has worked in restaurants in one form or another since she was a little girl in her parent’s restaurant in Plymouth, Montserrat. Prior to starting her cooking class day tours, Nicole served for six years as a private chef for an estate home on the exclusive island resort of Jumby Bay serving well known people from around the world.

Nicole’s love of cooking came from her mother (Pam) who is known for her ability to whip up a mouth watering meal in minutes. In the old days in Montserrat (before the volcano erupted), if you heard that Pam was cooking, you would always figure out a way to come. This was Nicole’s early life.

Where Pam is known for her quick casseroles and hot saucees, Nicole has a well-earned reputation for Caribbean “twist” cuisine, decadent desserts, and flavorful condiments. Nicole’s special gifts, however, are found in her love of family, friends, and fresh and healthy ingredients.

You can find out more about Nicole’s cooking in these travel blogs: Natalie Paramore: Toasted Coconut Cream Tarts and

Adam Dennis

This is a photo from many years ago that we love showing Adam relaxing at a friend’s house with our daughter Emily.

Em is full of life.  She loves to cook with her mother, helping around the garden tending to Nicole’s and her plants. At 17, she is now gearing up for her next stage in life wherever it will take her.

Nicole and daughter Zoe

This photo is another blast from the past with Nicole at the beach with our oldest daughter Zoe.  Zoe, now 21, is in her final year of University. 

Next step?  Probably graduate school after a little break.  Zoe loves science and skateboarding… and great food, of course!

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