The Caribbean's Premier Culinary Experience

Two decades ago, the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards initiated a journey which culminated in Jamaica becoming the culinary mecca of the Caribbean.

The rallying cry then, and now, continues to be unearthing and showcasing excellence and creativity in the culinary industry.

The absent piece of the puzzle, which we sought to complete, was creating a vehicle to applaud the efforts of the hundreds of thousands of people within the industry.

Now, the Awards is one of the most-anticipated food events in the region attracting foodies from Trinidad, Barbados, Cayman, Bermuda, Grenada and as far afield as Australia and Japan.

Save The Date - The 20th Table Talk Food Awards will be held on the Lawns of Devon House on Thursday, May 31, 2018.



 

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Two in the Bush

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