Jamaican Recipe of the Day: Grilled Jamaican Pork Tenderloin Salad

Summer=Fruit. Fruit in and on and around everything! Even grilled meat. Yum, Yum. Spiced and smoky meat with bright, sweet fruit. I made this as a special occasion Jamaican dinner for when my friend, Sara (with no “h”), came over for dinner. I also subjected her to some other Jamaican dish that will remain unnamed because it was the … More Jamaican Recipe of the Day: Grilled Jamaican Pork Tenderloin Salad

Jamaican Recipe of the Day: All things Dumplings, Fried Dumpling and Boiled Dumplings

  There is nothing I like more than my Jamaican Dumplings; from birth till death, if you cook boiled food or soup and no dumplings, I will make certain you won’t hear the last of it. My Love For All Things DumplingS My brother and mom’s nickname for me is actually dumpling. When I used … More Jamaican Recipe of the Day: All things Dumplings, Fried Dumpling and Boiled Dumplings

Recipe of the Day: Tasty Jamaican Jerk Seasoning Recipe

Back home, jerk chicken is a common favorite of many Jamaicans. We even have jerk chicken vendors, selling this island favorite in much of our cities across the island. If you visit Kingston and travel to Half Way Tree or towards Papine, at night your nose will be twitching from the aromas steaming out of … More Recipe of the Day: Tasty Jamaican Jerk Seasoning Recipe

The Jamaican Pineapple

The Jamaican Pineapple The Jamaican pineapple is indigenous to South America mainly Brazil and Paraguay.  The Tainos Indians who were originally from South America brought the pineapple to Jamaica and the rest of the Caribbean. They were the first foreigners to arrive in Jamaica which happened before long before Christopher Columbus was born. About The … More The Jamaican Pineapple