Kingston Kitchen is a Jamaican food experience that showcases what Jamaicans are doing locally in the food industry, modelled along the lines of food markets or fairs that are held weekly in cities across the United States and Europe. The next Kingston Kitchen is Saturday, March 31. YardEdge talks to Leisha
Looking for some Jamaican culinary delights? Well Kingston Kitchen is on again. And this time it’s going to be a night market! In addition to offering a wide variety of delectable Jamaican food and interesting yummy treats, Kingston Kitchen Night Market promises a party vibe with DJ’s Bambino and Palmer
Check out La Tartine Gourmande for a very cool blog post on Jamaica and our culinary delights. Read more here.
There is a new line of flavoured water on the market and this time by a local manufacturer! It’s called Island62 Fruit Flavoured waters. It is now available in select supermarkets (including Loshusan in Barbican) and made with 100% pure Jamaican fruit extract. They are 35 calories per serving, sweetened
Here are some photos taken from my last visit to the Charles Town Maroon community in the Buff Bay Valley in Portland. Charles Town is a Maroon Community located approximately 20 minutes drive south of Buff Bay. The town is known for its Maroon history and culture, its Safu Yard,
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
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
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
This past Saturday, Bookland on Knutsford Boulevard hosted a cooking demonstration and book signing with Virginia Burke, author of two Jamaican cookbooks, Eat Caribbean and Walkerswood Caribbean Kitchen. The event was well attended by foodies, bloggers and cooking enthusiasts who watched and listened attentively as Virginia ably demonstrated how to