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Foodies Unite @ Devon House

Thursday Social

Thursday, June 01, 2017

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The Rock's glitterati and corporate bigwigs didn't bat an eyelid at the $25,000 ticket as they turned out in droves to celebrate the country's best culinary masterminds at the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards event, last Thursday evening at Devon House. Thursday Social picks up another plate from the 19th staging of the world-class event.

 

PHOTOS: KENYON HEMANS & ANTONIO GRAHAM

 

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