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MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA – Today was an ultimate Jamaican food day – including many of the island’s best comfort foods and family gathering foods. We headed to the river, to cook up Jamaican curry goat, oxtail stew, and ackee and saltfish. Turned into an epic meal, great people, and an ultimate food experience in Jamaica.
We had the pleasure to hang out with Matt Robinson – The Jamaica Food Boss. He’s such a cool guy, has a huge heart for Jamaican food, and he’s so knowledgeable as well. He offers amazing food tours in Jamaica. Check them out when you’re in Montego Bay: https://www.jafoodtours.com/
Sunday is family day in Jamaica and so we all headed out to the river for a Jamaican curry goat link-up! But to get there, we took a bamboo raft, something that’s known in Jamaica, and extremely fun and relaxing. It was about a 15 minute bamboo raft ride to get to the site where Matt and the Chef’s were setting up and ready to prepare this epic Jamaicna food feast.
– Curry Goat – It would not be a party or a get together in Jamaica without curry goat, and it’s one of Jamaica’s best dishes.
– Oxtail stew – We also made oxtail stew, a rich blend of oxtail including the meat, fat, and skin. The texture was insane.
– Ackee and Saltfish – Additionally Chef made ackee and saltfish, the national food of Jamaica and easily my favorite dish of Jamaica as well. Loved it!
– Peppa shrimp – And to begin this incredible meal, we started with some peppa shrimp – scotch bonnet pepper with freshwater crayfish.
And outstanding day, and a Jamaican food experience I’ll never forget!
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