Taste It! Eat It! Drink It! & Applaud It!
Mastercard booth
The Mastercard booth executed by Martin Lewis Productions (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

Summerhouse's menu for mastercard

• Salt fish

Pickled Herring, Pick-Up Salt Fish, Marlin Ceviche, Root Chips, Crostini

• Mezze

Scotchie Tomato Corn Salsa, Curried Ackee, Creamy Callaloo Dip, Crostini

• Pastelitos

Plantain and Chicken, Curried Pumpkin, Garlic-Lime Sauce

• Sliders

Jerked Sausage, Plantain, Scotchie Aioli, Coffee BBQ Sauce, Caramelised Onions

Uncorked's menu for mastercard

• Snapper Ceviche with cruncy banana chips

• Quinoa salad with beetroot hummus in parmesan crisp cup

• Mini Karla...Sweet potato mash topped with satuéed snapper and "Scotchie Skellie" mix

Architect and principal of TJK Architectural Designs Tia Johnson accepts a glass of Sauvignon Blanc from Mastercard bartender Ian Morrison. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Alicia Thomas (left), wealth manager, Sagicor Investments, receives a serving of quinoa salad with beetroot hummus in parmesan crisp cup from Uncorked Chef Kathy Evelyn. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Pastelitos — plantain and chicken, curried pumpkin and garlic-lime sauce from Summerhouse (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
Sliders — jerked sausage, plantain, scotchie aioli, coffee BBQ sauce, and caramelised onions by Summerhouse (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings Booth was executed by Lloyd Decor and Rental (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Red Stripe BBQ Ribs (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]BBQ Wings (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Spicy Wings (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Baileys Bread Pudding (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]French Macarons (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Fruit Tarts (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Tiramisu (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Raspberry Cheesecake (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Cocktail Patties (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Tastee/Brew'd Awakenings]Garlic rolls (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Derrimon Trading Co Ltd]The Derrimon Trading Co Ltd booth was executed by Melanie Miller. (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Derrimon Trading Co Ltd]Head chef Sadeque Powell (right) and sous-chef Sheldon Howell stir mannish water and curry goat, respectively.(Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Derrimon Trading Co Ltd]Curry Goat with Spicy Hill Farms Ram-It-Up Curry Goat Booster (Photo: Naphatli Junior)
[Derrimon Trading Co Ltd]Charcuterie board featuring assorted meats and cheeses from Arosa Limited (Photo: Naphatli Junior)

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