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45th Annual Agriculture Show

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Fresh produce, local arts and crafts, traditional musical performances, piggies! It’s time for the 45th Annual Agriculture Show!

As I mentioned last year on The Deep Dish, every Ash Wednesday the Ministry of Agriculture and the Cayman Islands Ag Society the annual Ag Show. This is the first time Clark Kent and I have been since moving to our new home, which is less than a mile from the Agriculture Grounds in Lower Valley.  While there, we stocked up on some goodies for the yard including some tomato and scotch bonnet seedlings as well as an eggplant…um…plant.

From there, we hit the livestock pavilion.

I’m a sucker for the little piggies!  So cuto 🙂  The Ag show also hosts a rough and rowdy rodeo which is always lots of fun to watch. The stick pony ride is especially entertaining.

The grounds are covered with booths representing loads of local farmers, ranchers, craftsmen and tourist attractions.

And the food.  The glorious food.  Milk shakes of every fruit flavor, sugar cane juice, veggie samosas, mexican pizza, sausages, rum cakes, home made jellies, fish and fritters. You name it, we ate it.

While the Grand Cayman Ag Show only lasts one day, there’s been a full week of activities and the celebration wraps up tomorrow at the Cayman Brac Agriculture Show.  You can actually listen to live coverage of the day’s events on Radio Cayman.

I promise, a good ‘thyme’ will be had by all.  Yuk yuk 🙂
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  1. I have to say there are so many food related events in Cayman, or is it just you who always attend food events? Either way… you are having fun and we're enjoying reading about it. Keep them coming. 🙂

  2. Aw so fun. Those little pigs are adorable. I wish we had more stuff like that around where I live

  3. It looks like you had lots of fun. Love your thyme; it looks fresh and healthy. Wait till I showed you my thyme…it survived a couple of cold and harsh winters!

    I’ve been watching this show called “Avec Eric” with chef Eric Ripert and one of the episodes he was actually in the Cayman islands. I think he’s the chef of one of the restaurants there too. Maybe you’ve heard about him?

  4. What a fun event. I love it when you share these with us and all your photos. The Caymen Islands sound like a great place to visit and live. Thanks for sharing.

  5. When I clicked open your post this morning, I couldn't help but smile — cows are cool! 🙂 Thanks for taking us along on this outing — your post was filled with JOY!

  6. So much fun!!!!
    I love the 1st pic… that baby cow adorable!!!
    Thanks for sharing this post.

  7. The show looks very interesting and educational, esp for those who enjoys agriculture. Thanks for sharing.

  8. What a fun time for you; love that green hat; perfect for that occasion.

  9. Looks like a fun event! Great pictures!

  10. What a cool event. Looks like an awesome thyme.

  11. This looks like such a fun day! I love all your photos. The animals are so cute and the flowers so vibrant!

  12. Great photos! Looks like a fun time, I mean, thyme! 🙂 You look so cute in your hat!!

  13. Fun day with lovely photos — I love the last photo and quote about thyme 😉

  14. That first picture had me cracked up. I always look forward to our local 'fair' walking through the barns and seeing all the animals and plants. This makes me wish it wasnt still months away!

  15. love the photos!

  16. I'm so envious. This looks like so much fun. 🙂

  17. What fun, and great photos! It looks like our county fairs. Our fair (in March) has pig races…so fun to watch. You'll have to keep us posted on how your plabts do (I can't grow tomatoes here in Florida).

  18. great pictures thanks a lot for sharing with us.

  19. Fun!! ya'll alaways have the best times!!

  20. I agree with Sandra. Caymans is always happening! Wow, what a great event…I miss agricultural shows in Hong Kong. We used to go to a lot of such shows in New Delhi, India.

  21. There is never a shortage of exciting things happening in the Caymans. You're one lucky lady!

  22. What fantastic photos and what a fun thing to attend! 4+ inches of snow on the ground overnight here and this post was a welcome site. I felt a little warmer just viewing your photos. Have a great weekend!

  23. Looks like fun! I have actualy never been to a agriculture show…

    They have samosas there? lol

    Have a nice weekend! =)

  24. Wow – it looks like SO much fun! I love the last photo of you and the egg plant….er plant! LOL!

  25. Scotch bonnet seedlings? You are speaking my language!

  26. These are some fun photos! Love that good 'thyme' photo!

  27. What a wonderful show! I bet you had a grand day 🙂

  28. Ag show admission – $10
    Eggplant tree – $15
    Strawberry shake – $4
    Picture of cow licking himself – priceless

  29. This looks better than a state fair! Not just livestock and garden plants, but great food and vendors as well.
    This is a reminder that spring is right around the corner, so gardening plans are in order! Good luck with your plants and thanks for sharing the highlights from the ag show!

  30. That cow can really flex, must be doing yoga in its spare time. And whats curry wurst doing there?

  31. Aw! The horses look cute and fun!

  32. Thanks for sharing this delightful experience! Wishing you green thumbs and a bountiful garden. Mrs. Herb Garden

  33. Hope you and CK are settling in well in your gorgeous new home. Thanks for the lowdown on the show. I almost feel like I'm there with your vivid photos of the day. That is a great shot of you – such a cheeky grin!

  34. That looks like fun! Great photos, really brings us there with you 🙂

  35. Great shots you have taken and I enjoyed looking at each one of it. I wish I had a big garden space bc its wonderful to grow your veg and best of luck to you and the seeds you bought from here. Mine small has some local herbs with plenty of lemongrass and screw pine leaves.

    Btw, lovely thyme you are holding and this herb is one of it that seems so difficult to grow with my burning hot sun.

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