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AND THE CHAIRMAN'S AWARD GOES TO... Karl Isles Hart

Thursday, May 25, 2017

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Come celebrate with Karl Isles Hart, culinary artiste extraordinaire — 34 years chef/patron — The Pantry and 50 years of stirring the pot this evening at the 19th staging of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards

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