Check out this review of a great new restaurant, EITS, located up in the Blue Mountains reviewed by a cool new blog on Jamaican food Nyamist.com. “In a perfect world, all Sunday brunches would be this good: relaxing in the cool breeze, gazing out over lush, verdant mountains, eating fresh, homemade
Looking for an eco-tourism vacation in Jamaica? How about visiting the Rio Grande Valley in Jamaica? Ambassabeth Eco-Cabins is a unique experience of Jamaican rural life and a authentic eco- tourism vacation or weekend get-away. Located in the upper Rio Grande Valley about 15 miles south of Port Antonio, the
The Jamaican Jerk Tour from Diana Ogilvie on Vimeo. Check out the Jamaican Jerk Tour from Diana Ogilvie on Vimeo. Award winning filmmaker Diana O’Gilvie, explores Jamaican jerk cuisine’s humble beginnings to its rise on the global culinary stage. Join her as your host and traverse from the streets of
Here’s a great post from my friend Berette Macaulay from Sebiart talking about some cool Kingston lunch spots that all serve great food at reasonable prices. We welcome Cafe El Centro, a newcomer to the Kingston foodie scene (8 Hillcrest Ave), they serve great food and VERY reasonable prices. Their
Congratulations to Spur Tree Restaurant’s Chef Sean John who was selected by MACY’s Culinary Council as one of NYC’s hottest chefs. He was asked to prepare a dish for Black History Month at MACY’s department store’s kitchen studio. Sean is preparing ackee and cod bruschetta with coco bread. Visit Sean
Seems a new specialty foods store will be opening up soon on Hillcrest Ave selling wines, cheeses and olives…sounds yummy! Will keep you posted!
Here’s a link to a video of our very own JuicyChef Jacqui Sinclair talking about Meatless Mondays in Jamaica and why it’s a good idea to go veggie a few days a week. Support the meatless movement by going meatless on Mondays! Find JuicyChef on facebook Photos contributed by Jacqui Sinclair.
Now in its sixth year Restaurant Week 2010 starts this Friday, November 13 and continues until November 20 with a theme this year of “Think Global, Eat Local” and offering some great deals for foodies. Restaurant Week is the brainchild of Stephanie Scott who explains this year’s theme, “it addresses
YardEdge once again welcomes Guest Blogger, Ian Ferguson who recently chatted with Paul Griffith, an accomplished chef from Barbados now based in South Florida. (Yes, we know he’s not Jamaican but every now and then YardEdge takes the opportunity to showcase our talented Caribbean brothers and sisters). Chef Paul has