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The headline performances of Regina Belle and Arturo Tappin aside, a sumptuous array of food had second billing at the Starry Night fund-raiser last Friday on the lawns of Jamaica House.
The event's theme — an interplanetary journey — was incorporated into the layout of the food stations. Each station was assigned planet names; and, from Indian to Asian cuisine, sinfully delicious desserts to wine bars, there was a taste for every appetite. Thursday Life shares food highlights. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Caterer Jacqui Tyson (left) serves white rum sweet chilli flambéed lobster to Heather Thompson.
Chef Ryan Soley prepares the
peppered shrimp inside the Venus
food station. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Chefs Oji Jaja (left) and George Matthews bumped into each other
while checking out the food stations at A Starry Night.
Irvin ‘Carrot’ Jarrett receives a serving of tandoori chicken from Sucheta Sujanani from Mars food
Omeka Lawrence (left) serves curried shrimp to
Robeth Streete, commercial manager at
GlaxoSmithKline, at the Neptune food station manned
by the culinary team of the Cardiff Hotel & Spa.
Attorney-at-law Andrea Rattray gets a helping of caterer Gariel Ferguson’s Victoria Farms smoked pork
shoulder with a balsamic glaze and fresh cilantro.
Sheldon South slices his roasted boneless chicken stuffed with sweet
potato, raisins and cheese. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Chartered accountant Wilfred McKenley tries out the one-shot
escoveitched marlin crostini topped with sorrel demi-glace, as wife
Janice looks on.
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