Observer Food Awards winners

Friday, May 26, 2017

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Karl Hart (left), chef/patron of The Pantry, accepts the Chairman's Award from Jamaica Observer Chairman Gordon “Butch” Stewart at last night's Observer Food Awards at Devon House in Kingston. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)




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