St. Kitts and Nevis grow a wide variety of fresh produce. Seafood and meat such as goat are also available. The cooking style is fairly simple; flavour is much likely by others West Indian cuisine. Goat water stew, is the country's most favourite dish, mixes goat, green pawpaw and dumplings with a tomato- soup. Another famous dish called Pelau is the one which is a mixture of chicken, breadfruit, Pig tail, saltfish and vegetables with rice, pigeon peas. Conkies bear have a similar to tamales, instead of filling rolled in the dough, cornmeal grated coconut is mixed together, sweet potato, pumpkin, dough in banana leaves are boiled. Sweets are simply made using fruits like guava and tamarind with sugar.
Rum is popular at St. Kitts and Nevis. Brinley Gold Comp which manufactures the rum at St. Kitts, with flavours as vanilla, coffee and mango. But most favourable Cane Spirits come with sugar cane. Many villagers of Nevis don’t cook on Friday and Saturday nights, where people come for their lunch or dinner together and drink, and play games such as dominoes and have some fun time.