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Jamaica Gleaner What's Cooking
published: Thursday | July 14, 2005

Weathering heights - GREAT BITES IN ROUGH TIMES
WHETHER IT'S Dennis, Emily, or Franklin, don't let stormy weather drain your appetite. If the mood strikes, feast on the mouth-watering stuffed chicken below or curl up with a comforting bowl of mac and cheese.

'Why I like to cook'
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD ZACHARY Davis who will be a grade six student at St. Andrew Prep in September wrote: I like to cook because it gives me a good feeling. I also like tasting the food I cook.


Anthony Walters: Man with a sweet touch
AT AN early age Anthony Walters found enjoyment in the kitchen, his zeal topped by a creative mind that would launch him into a career that includes every aspect of food.


Cooking is a journey - not a destination
IF TOMATOES and lentils can make soup, then why not papaya? If pineapples can make ice box cake, why not mangoes? In Marigold Harding's kitchen, the road to tasty dishes never follows a straight line.






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