Taste It! Eat It! Drink It! & Applaud It!
Butcher Block Gourmet Store Booth was executed by Main Event Entertainment Group Ltd (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

Hundreds heeded the clarion call and descended upon the grounds of Devon House, Thursday, September 29, in search of good food and beverages, camaraderie, and positive vibes. It had been two years since the last gathering in this fashion of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards, the Caribbean's premier food event. And, the 23rd staging exceeded its billing. It was, in the words of many a patron: "A smashing success!"

Thursday Food takes you inside the Shikima Hinds, Main Event, M-Style event with catering services handled by Maurine Capleton of MC Decor.

Award-winning caterer Celeste Gordon presents mini Yorkshire puddings, grilled beef tenderloin with caramelised onions and blue cheese (left) and mini pastrami panini sandwiches with pepper jack cheese at the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Mini Yorkshire puddings, grilled beef tenderloin with caramelised onions and blue cheese (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Pulled Pork Tostado with Chipotle Berry sauce and Corn Relish complemented with Stonewall Bacon Queso and Farmhouse Green Relish (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Lamb Cigar Rolls complemented with Stonewall Horseradish Mustard (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Select Brands wines (from left) Torresella Pinot Grigio, Dark Horse Carbernet Sauvigon, Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc, and Mark West Pinot Noir (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
British High Commissioner to Jamaica Judith Slater and her husband Philip De Waal were spotted exiting the Butcher Block booth. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Chef Celeste Gordon (left) was delighted to serve Pulled Pork Tostado to Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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