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Sherrie Eugene-Hart and Pat Hart blend an intoxicating infusion of Caribbean and Asian Food from recipes handed down by their parents. It's a culinary cultural adventure. #caribasian

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The next time you can catch "Carib Asian Cookery" on Made In Bristol is…

  • 12:30 pm, Thursday 23rd November - Carib-Asian Cookery (Episode 7).
  • 12:00 pm, Wednesday 29th November - Carib-Asian Cookery (Episode 6).

Carib-Asian is a cookery show presented by husband and wife team Pat and Sherrie.

They present it from their own kitchen, featuring fusion foods representing their respective cultures.

They cook recipes handed down by their parents, giving viewers in Bristol the opportunity to learn about and try out ” cooking made with a lot of love, and a lot of spice!”


Bristol born Sherrie Eugene-Hart has enjoyed over 30 years of broadcasting.
She started with HTV Bristol as the sign language interpreter for deaf viewers and went on to present everything from sport to current affairs, human interest to community interest and children’s to cookery. The award winning presenter eventually anchored the nightly flagship news programme ‘HTV News.’
Sherrie travelled the Caribbean with her production ‘Sugar and Spice’ exploring the authentic dishes of each Island. She also presented the Vegetarian cookery programme Gree Grow the Dishes’.
Sherrie admits she honed her culinary skills from her mother Rita who together with Sherries father Hector came to Bristol from the idyllic Caribbean Island of Dominica in 1960.
The Carib Asian concept was born when Sherrie married Businessman, Music Producer, Rapper and Radio Station Manager Patrick Hart whose’ parents Ruth and John hail from India.

Patrick has spent most of his life in Bristol, he moved here at the age of 13 from Nottingham.
His culinary skills were also inspired by his mum who cooked Indian, Italian, Greek & English dishes at home.
A successful recording artist and founder of the legendary group Freshblood Crew he sold hundreds of thousands of records. Patrick used that love of Music coupled with his passion for sport to form Elevation Youth & Media Consultancy. While music remained a high priority for him, sport became a close equal. Music and sport became the perfect combination to inspire a generation of young people to be creative and ambitious.

Patrick is living his passion by running multi award winning radio station BCfm working with over 200 volunteers as well as being a contributor and speaker for an array of other media organisations.
Patrick is no stranger to fusing occupations and together with wife Sherrie alongside their ethical broadcast arm E-Com Media they’re fusing Caribbean and Asian cuisine in their own inimitable style bringing this brand new concept to our screens.

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