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Saturday, July 13, 2024


April 13, 2004 – Half the fun of Afternoon on the Green is attending. The other half is actually winning recognition for your food entries. The University of the Virgin Islands recently announced the winners from this year's event on March 14.
Patrons who purchased $10 or more of food and drink tickets got to judge the entries at the annual extravaganza on the UVI St. Thomas campus. Judging was based on taste, appearance and creativity.
The winners were as follows:
Pastries and Sweets
First – Homemade Ice Cream, Clint Ferris
Second – Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting, Jessica Monrose
Third – Lena's Getit B-4 It's Gone Cheesecake, Lena Steele Williams
Honorable mention – Bread Pudding, Blue Dolphins
Native Drinks
First – Cheap Kool-Aid, Marquis Aubain
Second – Almond Punch w/soy milk, Iris Smith
Third – Strawberry Passion (wine), Alston Johnson
First – Seafood Kallaloo, Victor Edwards
Second – Pumpkin Soup, Judy Bonelli
Third – Conch Soup, Leroy and Gerda Gottlieb
Side Dishes
First – Potato Stuffing, Joanna Payne
Honorable mention – Potato Salad, Samuel Marrishow; Collard Greens, Janet Smalls
First – Broccoli Quiche, Lecia Smith
Second – Pinion, Carol Lotz Felix
Main Dishes/Meats/Poultry
First – Lasagna, Dr. Alex Randall
Second – Boeuf Bourguignonne, Kathleen Dudemaine; Roast Pork, Leida Isaac
Third – Anson's Chicken and Rice, Anson Larcheveaux
First – Seafood Galore, Shaneel Richards
Second – Creole Whelks and Polenta, DeGaulle Brin Sr.
Third – Green Banana and Shrimp Wuk Up, Mary Alexander
Honorable mention – Ou (oh-wee), Larry Sewer

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