Fri | Jan 24, 2020

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The fusion of flavours, so dangerously fulfilling, that you will have no choice but to return for more. That is the experience in the Inferno Kitchen. F ood caught up with the owner, Damion Haynes, to find out more about his heated passion. “My...

If you’re looking to add a little gourmet to your life, take a trip up to Manor Park’s newest butchery, The Butcher’s Block. Tucked away in Manor Plaza, The Butcher’s Block is an artisanal shop that carries everything you’ll need to plan a...

Health fusion Chef Christopher Sinclair McCalla is making indulging in guilty pleasures more wholesome and tasty. He likes to create exquisite low-calorie entrees, which help with weight loss. The young professional cook acknowledges that dieting...

Since opening its doors at Container Plaza in Old Harbour, St Catherine, back in June of 2017, Food is happy to report that Di Lip Smacking Kitchen continues to satisfy taste buds of varied customers. The small establishment maintains the balance...

Dajorn Commock is an expert mixologist of six years; so you know you can count on him to excite you with exotic mixes for the new year. Food charged Commock with a task to create drink ideas to help you through the new year. He created four,...

What’s better than honey? According to 25-year-old Melissa Dacres-Jones, it’s infused honey! Using her very own homemade recipe, this ‘Irie Gal’ has been tantalising taste buds for the latter part of 2019 and plans on doing so for 2020 and beyond...

A relaxing stay at a gorgeous villa is just the combination of luxury and comfort that anyone would want, after a long work week. This was the experience provided by Windjammer Villa at Silver Sands, located in the Duncan’s area of Trelawny. And...

It’s the end of the decade and the start of an exciting era. What better way to celebrate the new year than with the satisfying indulgence of pizza and beer? Marrying the two to a happily ever after on your tastebuds is actually no stranger to many...

Of course, you’re not quite out of the holiday hump just yet and won’t be for another couple of days. Hopefully, you’re happily enjoying the lion’s share of your leftovers if your horde of friends and relatives were kind enough to leave something...

A traditional Jamaican Christmas involves so much, from decorations and gifts to family gatherings and lots of drinking. A big dinner is one of the things we can expect for the season, but what do you do when it’s time for lunch? It’s such a busy...
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