Follow Me Foodie to Jamaica! It was a visit to Belcour Preserves in Blue Mountains, Jamaica and this is Robin’s Scotch Egg recipe featuring her Honey Mustard Pepper Sauce and Honey Jerk Hot Sauce made in her backyard.
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What happens when you let me roam free in Jamaica?! I find ice cream! I set out on a hunt for ice cream along with our local driver. It wasn’t just any ordinary ice cream I was looking for, but it was “the best ice cream in Jamaica”. I had to try it!
There’s a constant debate between Juici Patties and Tastee Patties, which are the two biggest Jamaican patty chains in Jamaica. Both claim to carry the best patties, but I probably came across more locals that liked Tastee Patties.
Follow Me Foodie to Resort Dining in Jamaica! I dined around some restaurants on the Sandals Royal Plantation which included one flop, one solid authentic Jamaican gourmet buffet breakfast, and a memorable 5 course fine dining dinner.
EITS Cafe, or “Europe in the Summer Cafe”, is on Blue Mountain in Jamaica. It’s an European influenced Jamaican restaurant with a mountain top view and the vegetables are all organically grown in their own backyard. A must try carrot cake as well!
To be honest, if you’re the average tourist in Jamaica, chances are you won’t come here. However, if you’re a foodie like me, and you crave what the locals eat, then I strongly recommend it for authentic Jamaican seafood.
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!