New year, new trends on the horizon! With an ever-expanding palate for all things epicurean, Thursday Life checks in with a few of our local chefs and caterers for their thoughts.
What an amazing culinary year we’ve had! Indeed, we’re pretty amazed that we got it all covered, and are still smiling. Our 17th annual Table Talk Food Awards unearthed scores of culinary gems and we are thankful that it forced other publications to take a look, too… It’s all good! For, monies spent in our parishes benefit all. We continue to applaud each and every one of our parish judges.
The grounds of the Mount Plenty Organics Farm in Orange Hall, St Ann, presented a rustic, rich and radiant backdrop to the inaugural staging of an exquisite evening of ‘Food, Art and Goodwill’ suitably titled Farm to Table.
What started as a conversation based on wishful thinking, two years ago at Camana Bay, Cayman, became a pinch-yourself type of moment on Thursday, November 5 when the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards Cayman Islands made its debut inside a capacity-filled Golden Sun Ballroom of the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.
The Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards—The Cayman Edition Presented by The Best Dressed Chicken took place in Grand Cayman on Thursday, November 5 at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.
Jamaica Broilers President Christopher Levy hands over The Best Dressed Chicken Humanitarian Award
The 12 Chefs of Christmas promotion will afford 12 ever-sofortunate winners the opportunity of a whimsical Christmas dinners catered by any one of 12 celebrated chefs.
Jamaica Pegasus Sous-Chef Patrice Malcolm (centre), winner of the Chef of the Year competition, collects her cheque from Nikolette Williams (right), brand and promotions officer, Best Dressed Chicken, and Dennis McIntosh, president, Culinary Federation of Jamaica, during the presentation ceremony at the Taste of Jamaica competition at the Montego Bay Convention Centre last Sunday.