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Jamaica Gleaner What's Cooking
published: Thursday | September 1, 2005

FESTIVAL OF FOODS of bakers, breadfruits and ackees
LAST WEEKEND saw a number of food festivals across the island and the Food team went in search of them. Today we bring you highlights of The Gleaner-sponsored Bakers and Pastry Makers Fiesta held at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Hope Road.

Gastronomic DELIGHTS
THE AROMA of melting cheese oozing through the air intoxicated the grounds of Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Hope Road last weekend. The inaugural Bakers and Pastry Fiesta was more of a family fun day but there were enough...


Ackee galore
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: THE INAUGURAL Ackee Festival held at the Dinthill Technical High School in Linstead, St. Catherine, on August 28, reaped moderate success.When the Food team visited the festival around midday, few persons trickled into


Breadfruit anyone?
OCHO RIOS, St. Ann: IT WAS the first of its kind in the community, but one thing for sure, the inaugural Breadfruit Festival held in Jeffrey Town, St. Mary on Sunday August 28, has a bright future.


Feasting across America
DID I do a fast track travel all alone this week or what? Map this across the USA - Lexington (Kentucky), Cincinnati and Cleveland (Ohio), Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany (New York). Some 18 hours by bus. Very, very interesting.






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