Mexican Independence: A Spirited and Heartfelt Tradition

Observer on September 20th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

Mexico has always attracted a lot of attention. Whether it was in the 1600s with the manufacturing of tequila, or in the 70s when tourists couldn’t get enough of Acapulco. There were the early aughts when hipsters found refuge in Tulum, or the last decade when every ‘chef’ wanted to learn how to make an authentic taco. Mexico’s history goes way beyond the familiar imagery of Mexican life and culture. Like so many other formerly colonised nations, its history is rooted in resistance…

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Mexican Independence: A Spirited and Heartfelt Tradition

Observer on September 20th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

Mexico has always attracted a lot of attention. Whether it was in the 1600s with the manufacturing of tequila, or in the 70s when tourists couldn’t get enough of Acapulco. There were the early aughts when hipsters found refuge in Tulum, or the last decade when every ‘chef’ wanted to learn how to make an authentic taco. Mexico’s history goes way beyond the familiar imagery of Mexican life and culture. Like so many other formerly colonised nations, its history is rooted in resistance…

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Something Extra | Friday

Gleaner on September 20th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

The Pegasus Ballroom recently came alive with merriment and excitement as the Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited team celebrated the 60th anniversary of Caymanas Park. Here are the highlights.

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Something Extra | Friday

Gleaner on September 20th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

The Pegasus Ballroom recently came alive with merriment and excitement as the Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited team celebrated the 60th anniversary of Caymanas Park. Here are the highlights.

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Something Extra | Thursday

Gleaner on September 19th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 competition came to life recently as fans came out in their numbers to support the Jamaica Tallawahs. While the Jamaica Tallawahs faced off with their opponents on the Sabina Park pitch, patrons enjoyed…

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Simply Delicious! Epican Tapas Lounge

Observer on September 19th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

Other words could have been used to describe the meal we had Saturday last. However, “delicious” is all Thursday Food kept repeating when we sampled an array of dishes at the recently opened Marketplace resto Epican Tapas Lounge.

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The Rib Kage Grill Adds Plant-Based Burger

Observer on September 19th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

Taste smokiness that hugs and kisses a round ruby-and-pink patty, spruced with a balanced blend of black pepper, pimento and salt. It’s surface-grilled till crisp, brown and dark, while the heart of this sandwich sits, dripping red over a fierce fire. They nested this beaut on the base of a warm bun, brushed with a Rib Kage burger sauce made exclusively for this purpose and accented it with lettuce, tomato, red onion and pickle.

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Keeping Food Safe After A Hurricane

Observer on September 19th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

The hurricane season is upon us and with it the possibility of losing electricity, flooding and lack of access to clean potable water. While your freezer may be able to hold up for a day, unless you have alternative methods in place to keep your cold foods cold, you will have to discard everything once spoilage occurs. Here are a few ways you can maintain food safety during and after a hurricane. Water safety

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Upping the Ante on Local Favourites

Observer on September 19th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

Hands down, Jamaica has some of the best food on Earth! Our bold flavours, creative use of vegetables and tubers, and expert handling of offal make our cuisine beloved at home and abroad. However, sometimes we want to add a little twist to local favourites to spice things up.

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Something Extra | Wednesday

Gleaner on September 18th, 2019 | File Under Lifestyle -

The recently staged ‘Colour Me Happy’ run, held at the Hope Botanical Garden in St Andrew, received overwhelming support, so much so, that we just had to bring a few more snaps from the event. Here are the highlights.

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