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1: Folks in the U.K. are cutting their fingers trying to remove
avocado (pear) pits. So surgeons are calling for safety labels on
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2: How to eat Fried Chicken Jamaican style.You’ll never guess.
3: Caribbean food rules! Find out the dozen popular Caribbean food that
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Mad About Jamaican Boxed Fried Chicken: Stacey Hepburn-James’
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JamaicanEats magazine issue #1, 2017
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
More than JERK CHICKEN.
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*Fascinating Chinese-Jamaican tale of Roadside Pan Chicken
AND, a Jamaican chef spills the bean on the ‘fishy delicacy’ his
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