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The first Regional Culinary Championship, organized by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), will served up this month in the Caribbean island’s northern region. Budding chefs and foodies will be allowed to showcase their talents and compete in several categories, including - special diets (live cooking), fruit and vegetable carving, sweet treats, mixology, “dutchie dash” and “hot-off-the-grill”.
The first Regional Culinary Championship organized by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) will served up this Friday, April 7, 2017 in the Northern Region, where budding chefs and foodies will showcase their culinary talents and compete in several exciting and innovative categories, including - Special Diets (Live Cooking), Fruit and Vegetable Carving, Sweet Treats, Mixology, Dutchie Dash and Hot-off-the-Grill. The featured competitors will be primarily from St. Mary, St. Ann and Portland.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 31, 2017: One of the treasures of Caribbean cuisine is the very popular Codfish fritters or cod fish balls. Codfish fritters/ balls are made from cooked codfish, flour, scallion, onions, thyme, baking powder, water black pepper, scotch bonnet pepper and oil.
Fort Lauderdale, FL (March 22, 2017) - GraceKennedy Foods USA LLC, the Caribbean’s premier food brand, is proud to announce its support for history-making Caribbean culinary program “Taste the Islands”. In 2015, the series became the first Jamaican-produced and Jamaican-hosted series on national public television in the US. Entering its second season and underwritten by GraceKennedy Foods USA LLC, “Taste the Islands” will premiere on national lifestyle channel Create® TV and on independent PBS stations around the country beginning this June, in line with Caribbean American Heritage Month. Fans of Caribbean cuisine can find out where to watch locally, as well as discover recipes, see behind the scenes images and more on the show's website, www.tastetheislandstv.com.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 24, 2017: Growing up in Jamaica as children, we had an array of freshly baked goods to eat daily, especially during lunch time at our primary, high schools and at our colleges. We had the choice of the following: sweet potato pudding , cornmeal pudding, sugar bun, beef, chicken and vegetable patties, coconut cake, toe to, icing cake, cassava pone, corn pone, Rock buns, Jack horse corn (a very tough biscuit) and bulla.
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