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Get the Real Jamaican FLAVOR
Savor the delicious and mouthwatering taste of one of Jamaica's favorite meals - braised oxtails with Lima beans.
Experience the taste of the rich brown gravy, the tender meat falling off the bones and the coconut flavored rice and peas that accompany it.
Are you hungry yet?
THE NATIONAL DISH
Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or even brunch, ackee and saltfish is delicious when paired with dumplings, festivals, yams, rice along with a side of avocado or plantains.
Made with boiled salted cod, scotch bonnet pepper, onions, scallion and boiled pegs of ackee sauteed in coconut oil, this dish showcases a cultural staple created during slavery that has satisfied the palates of many generations over the years since then.
Taste the Sunday Dinner
The chicken meal may be complemented with fish, pork, curried goat, stewed beef, etc. Add slices of avocado, a garden salad, steamed vegetables, or potato salad plus a fruit or vegetable beverage for a delicious dinner.
Enjoy the Coconut Shop Ingredients
The coconut is an integral ingredient in many Jamaican meals. It is used in gravies, stews, curries, confections, cakes, puddings and soups and it is a must have flavor in the island's famous rice and peas dish.
Love the History
Jamaican cuisines have tasty elements of indigenous Taino/Arawak cultures plus traditions of Africa and the Americas. European influences are also present along with those of Asia and the Middle East.