The Best Dressed Happy Independence Day winner!
Jamaica Observer reader Evette Hogarth (right) is all smiles as she accepts her Jamaica Broilers hamper chock-full of goodies, courtesy of The Best Dressed Chicken from Lorraine Kemble, brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken on Friday. An avid Thursday Food and online reader, Hogarth's correct response to the question: What is the name of the person who introduced "Dressed" to Jamaican households? notably Sydney Levy, was the first e-mail received. (Photo: Joseph Wellington )

Jamaica Observer reader Evette Hogarth (right) is all smiles as she accepts her Jamaica Broilers hamper chock-full of goodies, courtesy of The Best Dressed Chicken from Lorraine Kemble, brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken on Friday.

An avid Thursday Food and online reader, Hogarth's correct response to the question: What is the name of the person who introduced "Dressed" to Jamaican households? notably Sydney Levy, was the first e-mail received.

(Photo: Joseph Wellington )

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