Country-Style Cooking

One mile out of St. Catherine heading into St. Ann, on the A1, is where Faith Penn is located. Faith Penn is a pit stop with small kitchens ready to serve up some tasty Jamaican Country-Style Cooking.

What do I mean by country-style cooking? Especially inna Jamaica? Well, I mean if you are the type who appreciates open wood fire cooking and will eat with your fingers when the occasion arises this is definitely the place for you. Girlfriend, ha ha a, because what Silver and Charlett at shop number 26 cook up, will have you forgetting yu manners.  Everything gets cooked over an open fire, which adds a smoky flavor to the colourful ackee and salt fish, the fresh fish sizzling in oil, the round black breadfruits…mm, mmm, mmmmmmmm. I love it when I find real Jamaican food done right, and have some left over for the next day. Now, that is what I mean when I say Country-Style Cooking.

   Ah tell yu wah, try a lickle bit of eve’ting. I will tell you what; try a little bit of everything:

Jerk chicken
Roast and fry fish
Roast breadfruit and yam
Ackee and salt fish
Corn
Soup
Bammy and Johnny cake
Natural juices

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About Sheryl Stark

Hi my name is Sheryl. I am a Humanitarian, Blogger, and a gardener. I love all music, but reggae more so. I cannot tell you everything about me here, so follow me on facebook: http://facebook.com/sheryl.stark and on twitter @givingirl. One Love.
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2 Responses to Country-Style Cooking

  1. Excellent site. Great post. Well done.

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