Jamaica Observer will be hosting its 15th annual Food Awards on Thursday, May 30, 2013, at the East Lawn of Devon House, 26 Hope Road, Kingston 10. The event will commence at 6:30 p.m. and concludes at around 12:30 a.m.
On this our fifteenth anniversary of hosting the event, we will again present enviable awards to winners in various categories of the Jamaican Food Industry. The Jamaica Observer Food Awards is one of the most anticipated food events in the Caribbean. This annual festival recognizes excellence in food creation, food service and event décor among others.
THE inaugural staging of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards in Trinidad last weekend has won praise from Trinidadians, with one newspaper saying that it would have pleased that country's most famous prime minister, the la ... Read more
Chef Annette De Gannes owns and operates a catering company, Sace Mange, with her husband Peter and two sons. Annette is very proud of her Trinidadian heritage (including traces of Carib Indian) and this inspires her menu creatio ... Read more
His presentation was dedicated to his grandparents, Rosina & Secondino. Each judge received a menu card. Details: "I am extremely proud of my humble beginnings in Italy where money was never a priority but good home cooked ... Read more
Chef Khalid Mohammed is arguably the most well-known chef in Trinidad and Tobago. After completing his studies at the French Culinary Institute in New York, one of the world's finest culinary institutes, Chef Mohammed worked at s ... Read more
Chef Pierre-Yves LeBihan is the French-born Executive Chef/Patron of the fabulous ZaZou Bistro Moderne. ZaZou is tucked away neatly at #3 Coblentz Gardens in St Ann's (Port of Spain). Aptly assisted by his wife Zanifa, Pierre-Yve ... Read more