Generally I did enjoy the things I tried, but my expectations were set higher. My biggest bias is that I had it on the same pedestal as Thomas Haas before even trying it. I did find it hit or miss, but the lemon tart was a highlight and worth going back for.
Eeewww! Why would you put those topics together?! Well, life is about balance… and those topics are appropriate for Halloween so why not? Here are some ‘scary’ things I’ve eaten in the past. To end off on a positive I’m happy to say that the Chocolate Festival is back!
Welcome to Jamaican breakfast 101! This breakfast showcased an authentic Jamaican breakfast which included Jamaica’s national dish Ackee & Saltfish, Sweet & Sour Fish, breadfruit, boiled bananas, Johnny Cakes, and more!
It was a visit to Prospect Plantation in Ocho Rios, Jamaica! It was a comedic tour of the plantation in a jitney and we were shown the crops and fruits of Jamaica. From eating fresh coconuts picked from the tree, to camel riding and more!
The best Jerk chicken I’ve had & the best in Jamaica! I was totally feeling the ambiance and I can officially say that authentic Jerk chicken will almost be impossible to get outside of Jamaica because authentic Jerk chicken is prepared like this!