Category Archives: Jamaica

jamaican jerk pork © Will Travel for Food

Perhaps one of the most famous of Jamaican dishes is jerk. Even more than patties, ackee or callaloo, jerk is the one dish that is synonymous with the island nation in every major city in the world. However, even though you may think that the jerk chicken or pork you had in that little authentic …

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jamaica sun valley plantation

A few weeks ago, I was watching a rerun of Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservation Goa episode. In it, he visits a spice plantation. It looked so interesting that I immediately added “visit a spice plantation” to my bucket list. Little did I know that I would be checking that one off so soon! When we …

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© Will Travel for Food

I just returned from a very delicious culinary trip to Jamaica. I was invited by the Jamaican Tourism Board to experience some of the country’s best culinary discoveries, as well as their restaurant week, which was in its 6th edition this year. I had never been to Jamaica and what I discovered under the lush, …

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