We at YardEdge love Jamaican chocolate! So we are super excited to see Airbnb team up with Jamaica’s own chocolate company One/One Cacao and its chocolatier Nick Davis! I’ve sampled One/One Cacao’s chocolate and can attest to its yumminess! And dark chocolate has significant health benefits too! Dark chocolate is
Delicious Occassion’s Chef Latoya Panton is starting up another series of cooking classes in Kingston. About Chef Latoya Panton Latoya Panton is the owner and chef of Delicious Occasions Catering and Cooking Classes. A cooking class instructor, caterer and personal chef, she studied Institutional and Catering Management at the University of
Did you know that there are now six coffee shops within ten minutes of Liguanea, Kingston? Kingstonians seem to be really liking their coffee shops! They are great places to have meetings, lunch or just some great Jamaican coffee! Here’s a list of the six coffee shops that are within
Jamaica is known for its great food! Want to discover new food spots in Jamaica? Check out Krysta Anderson in “Eat Around Jamaica” as she journeys to Rio Nuevo, St Mary to discover Sugar Pot Ruins Beach Bar and Restaurant.
Here’s a list of 10 great places to eat in Treasure Beach, Jamaica. I’ll be there for Calabash for the next few days and so eating places are on my mind… I haven’t put any contact info as pretty much everyone in Treasure Beach knows where these places are. Treasure
Check out the Jamaica Food & Drink Festival that starts this Wednesday, October 28. Promises to be Yummy!
Check out this article from the New York Times which talks about the New Caribbean Food Movement happening now in NYC. And of course, Jamaican food features prominently among other great Caribbean food spots in the City. “And then there is the success of the two Miss Lily’s restaurants in
If you’re ever in Albert Town, Trelawny looking for a great Jamaican breakfast, ask for Ms. Sandra in the town square. Her breakfast menu includes Jamaican breakfast food favourites such ackee and salt fish, stewed chicken, with lots of locally grown Trelawny yam and banana!
Here’s an interesting article, jamaica-gleaner.com, on Zimbali Retreat’s Mountain Cooking Studio. Located 20 minutes outside of Negril, Zimbali Retreats is located in a tropical mountain valley in Westmoreland. Zimbali Retreats is a true eco-tourism attraction which has been for over 5 years operating 100% from solar electricity. They have planted 500 fruit trees