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Jamaican Easter Bun and Cheese

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 bun (traditionally eaten on Good Friday to symbolize the crucifixion of Jesus).  The Jamaican Easter bun is shaped like a loaf and is filled with…
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The Jamaican Grand Market

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, allowing folks to purchase last minute gifts or to find items that are only available at the Gran’ Market. The event generally starts in the…
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Jamaican Black Cake

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 staple dessert recipe. This moist cake can add a festive tone to your holiday season. Here’s what you need to know about its history and…
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Jamaican Breakfasts

Jamaican breakfasts are often large and typically consist of a main course and a root vegetable of some sort. There are some traditional Jamaican breakfasts you’ll want to know about – and if you haven’t tried them yet, you’ll want to try them. Why not start your day off in the most delicious way possible? …
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The Story of Curry Goat

You may have noticed curried goat on our menu. If you haven’t tried this decadent Jamaican dish, you’re missing out. The foods of the Caribbean, particularly Jamaica, reflect the rich cultural diversity of those who migrated to Jamaica. We’ve already talked about the origins of Jerk Chicken and how this special way of preparing chicken…
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Where Did Jamaican Jerk Chicken Come From?

One of the most well-known Caribbean foods is Jamaican Jerk Chicken. Most Caribbean and Jamaican restaurants serve this dish – but do you know its origins?  The origins of this recipe go back 2500 years to the settling of Jamaica by the Arawak tribe. This tribe, from Peru, used the word charqui for strips of…
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What Makes the Best Jamaican Food?

That’s a great question. Let’s talk about what makes the best Jamaican food. If you’re lucky enough to make the decision to head to Jamaican Breeze Bar & Grill, you’re in for a huge culinary surprise. Because the island of Jamaica is bursting with flavorful food that ranges from lush tropical fruits and vegetables to…
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