Jamaican Recipes – 10 Most Treasured Jamaican Cooking Recipes

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VIDEO: World Class Luxury Travel in #Jamaica

watch this video of Jamaica Luxury the home of reggae and rum. Can you do ‘World Class’ here? Well we think so! The island is 145 miles long and 50 miles wide and so offers plenty to see and do, in this programme we cover the YS Falls in St Elizabeth, a trip to a […]
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Culinary Landmark: Jerk treats at Faiths Pen, St Ann

Jamaica’s number one travel food stop is marked by a strip of merchants along the road that runs down Mount Diablo and into St Ann. Faiths Pen seems to be where the climb up “the devil’s mountain” settles and points out the beginning of the descent to the north coast. It lies abouth 15 km […]
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Jamaican Dishes: Curry Goat Recipe

This post with the recipe for Curry Goat marks the kick-off for a series of articles about typical Jamaican flavours and dishes. Those flavours and dishes will surely remind you of Irie times on Jamaica. If you have never tasted Jamaican dishes like Curry Goat before, this is your chance to experience those great Caribbean […]
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The Croydon Plantation: A man-made piece of tropical heaven

The stunning island of Jamaica is famous for its gigantic plantations, which are a part of the country’s rich history. Seize the soul of Jamaica by visiting the interior of the island for a breathtaking experience as you travel into the impressive mountainous country where dense flora, wild flowers and flowing waterfalls await you.
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Jamaican Rum History: The Appleton Estate

Situated in the fruitful Nassau Valley on both sides of the Black River in the South-West of Jamaica, Appleton Estate is the oldest and most well-known sugar estate in Jamaica. Its roots date back to 1655 when the English seized Jamaica from the Spaniards. By 1749 Appleton Estate was an settled rum-distilling sugar plantation. It […]
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Kill-Devil drink: Jamaican Rum history

The production of alcoholic drinks from corn, rice, sugar cane, barley and other natural resources is age-old. The English were the pioneers that started to make rum from fermented sugar cane. It is believed the word rum was first used in Barbados in 1620s describing a stimulating, rugged, unpleasant and heavy beverage made from sugar […]
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Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee: A Short Introduction

When visiting Jamaica it is going to be almost impossible not to come across Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, but what makes it this special? In this article we will try to give a short introduction to this world-renowned coffee from Jamaica.
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