Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 29, 2012
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Eating the lion's share
Western Bureau: Despite taking a day off from their respective kitchens, there was no absence of mouth-watering flavours as some of Jamaica's top culinary experts and stars on the rise participated in the Chef's Day Off event by the Caribbean Culinary Network...

Awaken your senses at Jamaica Epicurean Escape
The salty air of the Richmond Estate will be fused this weekend with the rich aroma of the tantalising menu of dishes that more than 40 Jamaican and international chefs will prepare at the Gleaner-sponsored Jamaica Epicurean Escape....

A taste of Spain
In celebration of Food Month, the Norbrook home of Spanish Ambassador Celsa Nuño was the first stop in the culinary tour of Spain. Conceptualised by the ambassador and Gran Bahía Príncipe's General Manager Ricardo Esteban...

More than a taste of Tryall
Western Bureau: Fund-raising never tasted as good as it did at last weekend's culinary showcase looked at the fourth staging of Taste of Tryall at Tryall Club in Hanover.Firing up the taste buds under the theme, Jamaica 50, 70...

Trendy Q&G Café
The unique fusion of English customs with a Jamaican vibe and cuisine, has made the newly opened Q&G Café and Bar in Montego Bay a trendy spot to lyme over a glass of wine or explore the culinary diversity of different cultures.The family-run...

Baileys Day cream off
Leading cream liqueur Baileys will be treating its consumers to a grand celebration dubbed 'Cream with Spirit' on Baileys Day tomorrow...


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