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NEW! T’ings Mi Granny used to seh Greeting Cards
JamaicanEats ‘T’ings Mi Granny Used to Seh’ 6-Pack Cards
3 Greeting Cards (x2) with Words of Wisdom
Old people say the darndest things and we used to bus’ our belly
laughing at their ol’ fashion phrases. Then, we grew up and found
the nuggets of wisdom in the t’ings wi granny used to seh.
1: Yuh mus’ tink seh mi bawn behin’ cow.
2: Weh sweet nanny goat a go run ‘im belly.
3: Cockroach nuh business inna fowl fight.
BE WISE. QUOTE YOUR GRANNY! Wisdom from the past
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Twelve (12) Greeting Cards you won’t find anywhere else
Personalize these Beautiful, BLANK CARDS:
Use as Christmas, Greetings or Thank You cards
Or Give them as Gifts. (Minimum order 6)
Escoveith Pickle Sauce; Squeezing Coconut Milk; Plantain Tarts; Porridges;
Rum Ball; June Plum; Stuffed Bammy; Coconuts; Jamaican Wines;
Old-time Coffee Grinder; Star Apples; Cut Coconut Cake and Grater(ed) Coconut
Cards are 5 1/2 inches x 5 1/2 inches
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ISSUE 2, 2017
JamaicanEats magazine issue #1, 2017
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
More than JERK CHICKEN.
* The woman who is changing the size and texture of jackfruit.
*Fascinating Chinese-Jamaican tale of Roadside Pan Chicken
AND, a Jamaican chef spills the bean on the ‘fishy delicacy’ his
Chinese father. CLICK HERE to Get your copy or Subscribe.
Then, Would You Believe...
Saltfish ‘bruk Up’ With Ackee — Say What?
+ The UNTOLD Story of 2 Chinese-Jamaican Kids & Pan Chicken
Secret bus’ (in the open)!
Get the scoop in issue #1, 2017 JamaicanEats magazine.
CLICK HERE to get your copy and all di ‘gossip’.
THE UNTOLD STORY
of how 2 Jamaican Chinese Kids Started Roadside Pan Chicken Business!
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NOTE: Distribution for 2017: Issue #1, 2017 – mid-spring;
Issue #2, 2017 – mid-summer; Issue #3, 2017 – fall/winter.
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