History of Jamaican Food
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Jamaica – an island full of history, heritage, and people from all parts and corners of the world... and of course – food.
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Where does all that delicious Jamaican food come from? Check out our article to see how the fusion of cultures has produced mouth watering meals.
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Jamaican Beef Patty and Delray Green Market on Food Tour

Jamaican Beef Patty and Delray Green Market on Food Tour | History of Jamaican Food | Scoop.it
The Jamaican beef patty was the profiled cuisine on the non-profit Taste History Culinary Tour hosted on December 15, 2012. The Bun Bun Authentic Jamaican-American Cafe in downtown Boynton Beach, Florida hosted the ...
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Black history month and 'girls with hats' at Jamaica Day - Jamaica Observer

Black history month and 'girls with hats' at Jamaica Day - Jamaica Observer | History of Jamaican Food | Scoop.it
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Black history month and 'girls with hats' at Jamaica Day
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Next year let's have Jamaica Day in Jamaican History Week with Caricom history too.
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Taste History: Jamaican Jerk cuisine in Boynton Beach added to ...

Taste History: Jamaican Jerk cuisine in Boynton Beach added to ... | History of Jamaican Food | Scoop.it
The origin of Jerk food is the Island of Jamaica. "Jerk" is a Spanish word that comes from the Peruvian word "charqui" and it was a word used by the Spainard explorers to describe the "jerky" process used by Jamaica's Arawak ...
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Food for Thought . . .: Jamaican Jerk Pork

Food for Thought . . .: Jamaican Jerk Pork | History of Jamaican Food | Scoop.it
Moreover, as many of slaves tended to the culinary needs of the English and Spanish plantation owners, noticeable English and Spanish contributions to Jamaica's food history developed. As a result, today's Jamaican cuisine ...
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