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Recipe of the Day: Jamaican Oxtail

The oxtail is a popular dish on the island of Jamaica. Oxtail is the tail of cattle that is sliced into sections and can be prepared with many side dishes, plus this delicacy also makes a killer gravy. The meat normally comes from an Ox, Steer or Bullock (a castrated cow) and averages around 2 – 4 pounds. The gelatinous meat is packed with 23g … Continue reading Recipe of the Day: Jamaican Oxtail

Avocado Orange Salad with Fruit French Dressing

It is that time of year when we take out our lounge chairs, grab the picnic table and invite some friends over for a weekend meal. Today, we give you a nice tropical recipe that will want your guests to come back every weekend. This fruit inspired salad is rich in nutrients and one of the best tasting meal you will prepare this summer. Check … Continue reading Avocado Orange Salad with Fruit French Dressing

Jamaican Jerk Barbecue Shrimp with Pineapple & Peppers

Shrimp! Who doesn’t love a good Shrimp dish? Well some people don’t, but they are missing out. Shrimp makes a delectable seafood dish and is one of the most versatile types you can find. Today we give you a tasty, Caribbean inspired Jamaican Jerk Shrimp dish that will leave you wanting more. Check it out below. Difficulty: Easy Preparation time: 10m Cooking time: 15m Ingredients … Continue reading Jamaican Jerk Barbecue Shrimp with Pineapple & Peppers

Jamaican Fish in Batter with Lemon Sauce

Fish is a great source of protein and other great nutrients that does not only taste great but also very versatile, almost as much as Chicken. Today we give you a great recipe for a nice Fish Fillet with a delicious Lemon Sauce (and you know how good Fish is with lemon). Check it out below. Difficulty: Easy Preparation time: 20m Cooking time: 20m Ingredients … Continue reading Jamaican Fish in Batter with Lemon Sauce

Jamaican Gungo Peas & Rice

The Gungo bean is the next most popular bean protein in Jamaica right after the Red Peas.¬†The Jamaican Gungo pea is a leguminous shrub that can attain heights of 5 m. Jamaican Gungo pea probably evolved in South Asia and appeared about 2000 BC in West Africa, which is considered a second major center of origin. The slave trade took the Jamaican Gungo pea to … Continue reading Jamaican Gungo Peas & Rice

Jamaican Fried Chicken

With the world becoming more health conscious in recent years with the rise of Vegan, gluten-free and GMO free diets, people are more considerate of what they put in their bodies. Fried Chicken is one of those foods that has been kicked to the curb for healthier stewed, baked or grilled options. At the moment, we no longer serve Fried Chicken in our restaurants due … Continue reading Jamaican Fried Chicken

Jamaican Mannish Water

Food is one of, if not the most common denominator that defines our¬†individual cultures. It brings us together, shapes our identities and influences subcultures and beliefs. In Jamaica, the latter is strongly associated with foods of hardship, sustainability, and convenience. The Jamaican Mannish Water is a prime example of a dish formed out of hardship and a “don’t waste anything” culture. A rich, tasty broth … Continue reading Jamaican Mannish Water