Anthony Bourdain explores Jamaican foods on CNN Sunday

Anthony Bourdain explores Jamaican foods on CNN Sunday

Saturday, November 15, 2014

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- World-renowned chef, best-selling author and Emmy-winning television personality Anthony Bourdain explores Jamaica at 9:00 pm (EST) Sunday on CNN.
Bourdain’s food trek includes stops in Port Antonio, Portland; Winnifred Beach also in Portland; and James Bond Beach in St Mary.
On Parts Unknown: Jamaica, Bourdain samples the island’s national dish ackee & saltfish, fried fish, jerk chicken, Red Stripe beer and even white rum with breakfast.
“A splash of rum won't hurt ... or, for the braver souls, a generous shot of the liquor in a Red Stripe beer for a local fisherman's drink called ‘steel bottom’,” Bourdain says.

Parts Unknown with Bourdain takes viewers to “extraordinary locations” around the globe highlighting snippets of culture and cuisine.

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