Food

Authentic Jamaican home cooking at Reggae Mill Restaurant

Orlease King has a smile wider than the Martha Brae, and business partner Alexx Antaeus is as attentive as a five-star maître d'. If they weren't restaurateurs, Thursday Food could easily imagine them running a tony boutique hotel. Looking at their... Read More

A Cheeseburger by Any Other Name
There's a reason why the cheeseburger is one of the most beloved sandwiches (let's not debate whether a burger is a sandwich or not, it is) on earth. A proper cheeseburger is a balanced mix of fats, carbohydrates, and protein, and is layered with a carnival of flavours — sweet...... Read More

Four Ways To Ensure Healthy Eating Is Safe
Observing a healthy diet does not mean that your food is safe for consumption. As a matter of fact, you should ensure that food safety is embedded in the diet programme you choose to follow. Eating healthy does not just involve watching calories and nutrients; it also requires that the...... Read More

The World of Whiskey — Part 2
This week, we round out the discussions on whiskey. Given the breadth of the whiskey category, we have segmented it into three areas: American Whiskey, Irish Whiskey, and world whiskies. Based on the Drinks International Report for 2019, there have been major upsets in some segments. All...... Read More

A Journey to Scotland with Johnnie Walker

Thursday, October, 17 2019    

In a special lead-up event to the fifth staging of the Jamaica Food and Drink Festival (JFDF), guests were taken on a 'journey' to Scotland. Guided by Johnnie Walker Reserve Brand Ambassador Arturo Savage, guests experienced the bold aromas and nuanced notes of three Johnnie Walker... Read More

Job done

BY IAN BURNETT Sport editor | Sunday, October, 13 2019    

Jamaica produced a workmanlike performance to score a 2-0 victory over Aruba in Concacaf Nations League Group C of League B action, inside National Stadium last evening. Read More

Curve Balls: Twists on Meatball Recipes

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

Well-made meatballs are things of joy — packed with flavour, juicy, and tender throughout. A bowl of meatballs, whether with pasta, served alongside rice, or enjoyed on their own, can warm hearts. Although the process of making the perfect meatball can be quite involved, there are... Read More

Dinner with The Best Dressed Chicken

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

From a hearty stew with distinctly Chinese flavours to sweet, sticky chicken skewers, these dinner recipes will bring a world of flavours to your table. The Best Dressed Chicken Drumsticks with Rice and BeansIngredients: Read More

A Spirited Rum Seminar with Appleton Estate

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

On Friday, September 27, the Jamaica Food and Drink Festival (JFDF) joined forces with Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum to present a rum seminar, delving into a spirited conversation surrounding the world's foremost golden rum. Sponsors and chefs gathered @TwentyThree where Appleton Estate... Read More

How Are You Using Your Reusable Straws?

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

Most, if not all, local food establishments have phased out plastic straws, to comply with the recent plastic ban. While I'm not overly excited about paper straws, more of these are being offered as options if you do decide to use straws for your drink. Additionally, there is the option... Read More

Foodie News... The Best Dressed Chicken wins JMEA Award

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

The Best Dressed Chicken Individually Frozen Pieces copped the award for Best New Packaging at the recent Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) Awards. The resealable packaging allows consumers to select just the number of pieces they wish to cook... Read More

Per Lb

Thursday, October, 10 2019    

Rice and peas and coconut have thankfully remained Sunday staples. At Coronation Market dried coconuts were on sale from $150 up with red and cowpeas priced at $100 per pint. Reason enough, we reckon like our good friends in St Mary, to maintain that Sunday tradition of rice and peas!... Read More

The World of Whisky or Whiskey – Part 1

with Debbian Spence-Minott | Thursday, October, 10 2019    

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between whisky and whiskey? If your answer is yes, then over the next two weeks you will definitely be enlightened. To be called a 'whisky' or Scotch Whisky, this grain-distilled product has to be made in Scotland. If produced elsewhere, then... Read More

Say Goodbye to Boring with Mr Breakfast

Thursday, October, 3 2019    

Matthew Johnson is on a campaign to ensure that folks in the Corporate Area never have to skip the most important meal of the day. Read More

Wake and Steak: Steak for Breakfast

Thursday, October, 3 2019    

A s the weekend beckons we fantasise about sleeping in, and start thinking about what to cook for breakfast/brunch. Well, how about steak? Yes, steak for breakfast! Fun fact: individuals who eat a high protein breakfast aren't as likely to indulge in... Read More



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