Grab them before they’re gone
We’re quickly running out of back issues of JamaicanEats magazine
If you’re missing some editions or plan to give a bunch as gifts, you’ll want to get them now before it’s too late.
Summer/Fall 2006 — Debut issue: Will the real jerk please stand up? Trini street food & more.
Winter 2007: Porridges and tasty Christmas treats.
Spring/Summer 2007: Ode to the water cracker, Far Out Folktales & why they call star apples mean.
Winter 2008: Sinful Pleasures & Wicked Delights!
Dec. 2008-Feb. 2009: Rice & peas—from Ghana to Haiti and Belize.
Mar.-July 2009: Obama’s Caribbean kitchen (yes, we did).
July-Nov. 2009: Not your old man’s rum; chefs’ taste off in Puerto Rico.
November 2015: The Warm & Cozy Issue. From the salacious cover shot of candied bacon rum cashews, to the triple-decker gingerbread cake and the parting shot of Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding, readers are wrapped in warmy, cozy flavours. Oh, and did we mention the rum cocktails?
March 2016: The Breadfruit Flour Issue
10th Anniversary Issue: 10 Chefs We’re Loving Right Now; 2x Chopped Champion Andre Fowles; Top 10 Lists — from Jamaican food ‘Oddities’ to Jamaican food you hardly see anymore. PLUS, Grilled Bun & Cheese! AND Where Are They Now?
Issue #3, 2016 (Nov.): Our Epic (post) 2016 Olympics Celebration…from Stuffed Golden Plantain Rings to the stories of Yvonne (Saunders) Mondesire and Audrey Reid who competed for Jamaica until the early ’80. Luscious Pumpkin Soups. AND 4 Fruitcakes to Jingle Your Bells!
Spring/Summer 2008: Otaheite apples, turn cornmeal & a Dominican wedding feast.
Summer/Fall 2008: Reasons why Jamaicans run so fast & Usain Bolt’s favourites.
Dec. 2009-Mar. 2010: Secret of Blue Mountain Coffee, Team Cool Jamaica at the Winter Olympics.
July 2011: The Eats at Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, plus Reggae Smoothies.Winter/Spring 2012: Best National Dishes: Jamaican Ackee & Salftish and Barbados’ Cou Cou & Flying Fish among the top 3 in the world.
Aug.-Nov. 2010: Remembering Grandma; Bulla Cake, Fou Fou and Dutch pot (dutchie) cooking.
Dec 2010-Mar 2011: U.K. celebrities of Jamaican origin dish up their favourites. Swoon-worthy Red Velvet Cheesecake and award winning dishes from young chefs.
Summer/Fall 2012: Sold Out 50th Anniversary of Independence Special — Jamaican flavours rocking the world.
July 2015: 6 islands; 2 top chefs; 1 master baker. Plus tips for great hardough bread and great jerk.
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