April 14, 2021 / Maryrose Denton / Seattle Refined

There is always room for you at Calypso Kitchen's table in Bellingham

Tucked away in the north end of Bellingham is a small oasis of the Caribbean Islands, better known as Calypso Kitchen.



A delicious aroma of West Indian spices wafted in the air as we entered this wide-open commercial kitchen space. Chef Sarah Chan greeted us and lead us over to the stainless steel workspace where she laid out the ingredients for a simple dish of what she called, Pineapple Chow.


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