Jamaica Gleaner What's Cooking
Published: Monday Thursday | February 12, 2009
It was a haven for lovers of cheese and chocolate at the Hilton Kingston Jamaica last Tuesday, when the Arosa Group of companies served up a wide array of Swiss culinary delights. The variety and the fusion of Italian, German, and French cuisines... Read More...INFLATION BUSTERS Sandwiches - part 2
Foil-baked sandwiches Sandwiches can be baked in foil. Prepare them in advance and wrap in aluminium foil to bake within a few hours or store up to a month in the freezer, as needed. Use white or whole-wheat bread and spread both sides with softened butter... Read More...Appleton scores!
Appleton Estate Extra 12-Year-Old Jamaica Rum has been named one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's Top 50 Spirits of 2008.It received the highest recommendation and a score of Classic 96-100 in the rum section of the list, which was carried in Wine... Read More...Taxi man stop - Serving up scrumptious Jamaican meals
It has no official name but Baldwin Rodney, owner of the food stall located just across from the National Stadium in Kingston says he prefers to call it the 'Taxi-man stop'. Situated on a dirt track, the stall has the support of taxi drivers as well as passersby... Read More...Finalists gear for saltfish challenge
The inaugural 'Saltfish from Norway' Culinary Challenge 2009' will be held on Tuesday, February 17, at Alhambra Inn, St Andrew. Eleven of the island's leading chefs will present their innovative gourmet saltfish recipes in the quest for the main prize of a trip to Norway.... Read More...