Black History Month Food Facts: Jamaican Beef Patty

Did you know?

Beef Patties are a by-product of colonialism and migration. It was developed following the introduction of the Cornish pasty in the Caribbean which was mixed with cumin and curry seasonings of Indian indentured servants in Jamaica and cayenne pepper from African slaves.

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3 thoughts on “Black History Month Food Facts: Jamaican Beef Patty

  1. Reblogged this on THE ISLAND JOURNAL and commented:
    Did you know?
    Beef Patties are a by-product of colonialism and migration. It was developed following the introduction of the Cornish pasty in the Caribbean which was mixed with cumin and curry seasonings of Indian indentured servants in Jamaica and cayenne pepper from African slaves.

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