On this episode of our podcast …
JuicyChef and Lisa discuss Stush in the Bush’s new line of South African inspired products from food to quilts and why Lisa no longer uses the word ‘picnic’. They discuss the differences between racial dialogues in the US and the Caribbean and why planting food soothes the soul. Drink of the episode: Gin and Jamaican blackberry liqueur.
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Jacqui ‘JuicyChef’ Sinclair, founder of Nyam & Trod, is a British Jamaican award-winning chef, writer, and food culturist. She is a co-founder of Kingston Kitchen, an annual food event supporting food artisans. Jacqui has been an advocate of the Meatless Monday Global movement in Jamaica since 2011. Jacqui’s work has been featured in such publications as the Huffington Post, the Jamaica Observer, Saveur, The Jewish Post and numerous blogs. She has appeared on the Travel Channel’s ‘Bizarre Foods’ with Andrew Zimmern and Food & Wine’s Jamaica episode with Kwame Onwuachi.