Long before “farm to table” was a craze, the idea of growing what you eat and eating what you grow was part of the culinary culture of Saint Lucia. Try learning to cook like a Saint Lucian using farm fresh products or even make your own chocolate. Visit a local farm or working plantation and sample some of the island’s bounty minutes after it’s harvested. Learn the traditional ways of agriculture, some of which are still in use today. On a chocolate tour, you learn the history of cacao in Saint Lucia, the beloved “cocoa-rina” dance, and traditional methods of chocolate making. You’ll end your visit by making your very own bar of chocolate from some of the world’s best cacao. For a list of some of the island’s most delicious culinary experiences visit www.stlucia.org.