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Emancipation Day became a public holiday in Jamaica in 1893. However, when the country gained Independence from the British in 1962, it was discontinued.
Modern Carnival is said to have begun in Trinidad and Tobago in the 18th century and quickly spread to other Caribbean countries, including Jamaica.
Easter time has come again! The Jamaican Easter Bun and Cheese is a sandwich eaten during crucifixion season. The bun and cheese is a spin-off of the British hot cross[…]
Also known as the “Gran’ Market” this special event happens across Jamaica in all major towns on Christmas Eve. It is quite the energetic and colorful place to be then,[…]
Photo by Food.52 A special occasion cake, the Jamaican Black Cake is generally at the center of every holiday and celebration – whether it’s Christmas or a wedding, it’s a[…]
You may have seen “Boxing Day” on the calendar – usually the next day or weekday after Christmas – and wondered what it is. It turns out there are as[…]
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