Before man invented finger food, parties were full of people carrying entire roast chickens on cocktail napkins and twirling spaghetti on toothpicks. Keep your next big soiree hands-free with today’s Groupon for a personal chef experience from Taste of the Caribbean. This Groupon is valid for residents living within a 30-mile radius of Valrico. Choose between two options:
For $32, you get a meal for two people (up to a $50 value), plus travel and set-up costs (a $20 value; up to a $70 total value). Each meal includes:
- Choice of appetizer (up to a $10 value)
- Choice of entree or specialty dish (up to a $30 value)
- Choice of dessert (up to a $10 value).
For $60, you get a meal for four people (up to a $100 value), plus travel and set-up costs (a $25 value; up to a $125 total value). Each meal includes:
- Choice of appetizer (up to a $20 value)
- Choice of entree or specialty dish (up to a $60 value)
- Choice of dessert (up to a $20 value).
Taste of the Caribbean's culinary special teams meld island-influenced cooking with accents of Chinese, African, Latino, Indian, and Syrian cultures in the hearths of residential kitchens. Plan a three-hour dinner party for two or a high-stakes night of Parker Brothers board games for four with a personal chef and menu steeped in the sweet aromas of fried coconut or potato pies (six for $9). Intrigue palates with bone-in goat camouflaged by curries ($26 for two) or stewed in broth ($20 for two). Oxtail stews ($26 for two) and Chinese-style fried chicken with ginger ($21 per half) defy the geographic boundaries set by ancient cartographers and the Beach Boys' "Kokomo" and can be paired with far-flung sides such as garlic bread or French fries. Cap meals with slices of black Caribbean-style fruitcake ($5 per person) to meet food pyramid requirements in tongue-pleasing style.
The convenience of a personal chef allows homeowners to freely entertain guests or talk back at televisions within the comfort of their own abode. Use today's Groupon to trade long waits for restaurant tables with languid conversations fueled by exotic flavors and wine.
Taste of the Caribbean
Sometimes, the idea of creating a home-cooked meal loses its romantic appeal after surviving a tough day at work and amassing a mountainous cache of ingredients. That’s where the culinary experts of Taste of the Caribbean come in. They help diners choose their own menu from dishes such as guyanese fried rice, curried chicken, and jerk pork, then do the shopping for all the necessary ingredients. After whipping up the tasty Caribbean cuisine infused with fresh spices and herbs, the amiable staff serves it in each customer’s own dining room or elegant tree-house fort.