Jamaica Gleaner What's Cooking
Published: Monday Thursday | August 6, 2009
Raw food delights
Western Bureau: The unrealised delight of raw food was ignited through a scrumptious Raw Food Festival held in Montego Bay on Sunday. It was hosted by the master raw food chef Earl Chong. The thought of eating our national fruit, ackee, in its raw state... Read More...Maggi Mobile hits the streets
Some 48 communities are expected to benefit from visits by the new Maggi Mobile Kitchen that was unveiled at the Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show last weekend. The visits will start at Wildman Street, Central Kingston tomorrow from 2-6 p.m.... Read More...Country-style cooking on Emancipation Day
The residents of Top Hill, St Catherine celebrated Emancipation Day with fine country-style cooking. Pimento wood fire was used to prepare the many dishes that were on hand. These included boiled corn, jerk chicken and pork, curried goat along with sweet potatoes... Read More...Future bright for home-made products
If you visited the parish pavilions at this year's annual Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show, at least two thoughts would pop into your head: 1. We have an enormous pool of culinary talent and the ability to create new recipes;... Read More...DINING WITH EMMA - Something old, something new
I've been experimenting with fairly run-of-the-mill ingredients and dishes recently and thought I might share my three favourite, so far. I hope that this will encourage you to take something old from your recipe book and use a little imagination to make something new... Read More...