Finger-Licking Explosion Down Under!
If dynamites come in small packages, Jamaica would blow Australia away with its explosive flavours. There are under 1,000 Jamaicans living Down Under. Compared to a current population size of 25 million, it is a minuscule representation of Jamaicans. But Jamaica isn't just about food. Jamaicans immerse themselves in community. The Jamaican Association of Australia (JAA) represents that community and helps facilitate a sense of belonging in every state.Read more
Betta Belly Buss Than Food Waste
Situated close to a bay area, the restaurant is an hour's drive from Melbourne. Geelong is Melbourne's quiet sister, never stealing the limelight but softly boasting natural beauty all around, which is why Taste Jamaica belongs right hereRead more
Cooking Classes To A Reggae Beat
“St Thomas is country life, reminds me of Cairns in Australia. More symbolic of the true Jamaica,” the youthful 56-year-old says, contrasting his birthplace with days spent in Kingston, which he says functioned like a training school for New York.
IWD 2021: Challenge Racism with Jane Elliot
International Women's Day is a positive thing as long as we realise that all women are from the same race. It's time for us to get over the idea that different faces belong to different races. There's only one race, and we're all shades of brown,Read more
The New Normal for Food Bloggers
When COVID-19 shattered the international norm of seated dining, the social media world of eatery reviews derailed. Where food bloggers were once referral tools for new dining experiences, their blogs...Read more
8 weeks and Counting
A lot changes in 8 weeks. My new normal has made me realise how incredibly fortunate I am. The people I’ve met through my travel broadcasts and live-streams continue to...Read more
The Joys of Connection
I was listening to Novia McDonald Whyte (Jamaica Observer) today on a livestream session, ‘Never Waste A Good Crisis.” First, she knows how to skilfully moderate conversation. Second, the livestream...Read more