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 This is Cow Foot Recipe is absolutely delicious, a definite Must-Try. This recipe is also for my Jamaican and Carib. Jamaican Cuisine, Jamaican Dishes, Jamaican Recipes, Meat Recipes, Indian Food Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Caribbean Recipes, Caribbean Food

Best Jamaican Cow Foot Stew | Hello Sweet Biscuit

Hi Guys! 👋🏽. Welcome back to our Channel. This is Cow Foot Recipe is absolutely delicious, a definite Must-Try. This recipe is also for my Jamaican and Carib...

Ackee and Saltfish (Codfish) served with Bammy Beer Recipes, Recipies, Snack Recipes, Snacks, Jamaican Ginger Beer Recipe, Jamaican Recipes, Codfish, Ocho Rios, Island Food

THE SWEET LIFE, JA - Ackee and Saltfish (Codfish) served with Bammy

Ackee and Saltfish (Codfish) served with Bammy

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Out of Many One People: The Portugese Jews

// Most Portugese who came to Jamaica, were Sephardic Jews who fled their country because of the Spanish Inquisition, which persecuted those of the Jewish faith. [caption id="attachment_4808" align="alignright" width="294" caption="Jamaica's Coat of Arms reflecting our motto "Out of Many One""][/caption] Many of them were merchants and money changers, not planters.

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7 Contributions Made by Chinese Immigrants to Jamaica - Jamaicans.com

The Chinese have a long history in Jamaica and the greatest influence on the island’s culture of any people from Asia. The Chinese first arrived in Jamaica on July 30, 1854. By 1932, some six thousand Chinese people had emigrated to the island. The Jamaican government closed off immigration from China in 1931 due to […]

Joe Biden Picks Kamala Harris, US Senator of Jamaican Descent, as Running Mate

Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election, has chosen California Senator Kamala Harris, who is of Jamaican descent, to be his running mate.

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National Geographic Lists Jamaica’s Devon House As The No.4 Ice Cream Parlor in The World

National Geographic named Jamaica’s Devon House No.4 in the Top Places to Eat Ice Cream in the world. The home of Jamaica’s first black millionaire.

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Jamaican-Born Restaurateur in New York Nominated for James Beard Foundation Award

Albert Bartley of the Top Taste Jamaican restaurant in Kingston, New York, has been nominated to receive the highly coveted James Beard Foundation (JBF) Best Chef Award for 2020 in the New York State category. Bartley is a native of Jamaica and was born in May Pen, Clarendon. Malenda Bartley, Albert’s wife and the restaurant’s […]

Law Student of Jamaican Descent Graduates Cornell with Recognition for Her On-Campus Achievements

Stephanie McIntyre, a law student of Jamaican descent and a recent graduate of Cornell Law School, has been recognized by the school

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Jamaican Taekwondo Athlete Accepted at Princeton

Jamaican-born Brandon Sealy’s physical skills helped him emerge as the first Jamaican to win two consecutive gold medals at world taekwondo competitions. In 2020, his considerable academic skills are taking him to Princeton University. Sealy will begin his freshman year at Princeton in the fall of 2020. It marks the culmination of years of balancing […]