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Christopher Columbus 1494 founded

  • Christopher Columbus 1494 founded

  • Tainos aka Arawaks were 1st people to live on island, discovered in 900 A.D.

  • 1665, English naval forces led by Oliver Cromwell invaded Jamaica, captured colonial rival's capital, Spanish Town



3 past leaders 1945: Michael Manley, P.J. Patterson, Portia Simpson-Miller

  • 3 past leaders 1945: Michael Manley, P.J. Patterson, Portia Simpson-Miller

  • WWII huge impact on Jamaica

  • Caused widespread shortage

  • Involved in Baptist, First and Second Maroon, and Tacky’s war, Invasion of Grenada, and Mount Bay Rebellion



She is the seventh Prime Minister of Jamaica, currently serving since January 5 2012

  • She is the seventh Prime Minister of Jamaica, currently serving since January 5 2012



Top 10 traditional Jamaican Foods

  • Top 10 traditional Jamaican Foods

  • Ackee & Saltfish

  • Curried Goat

  • Mackerel Run Down

  • Cornmeal Pudding

  • Beef Patty

  • Bammy

  • Rice & Peas and chicken (fried or BBQ)

  • Toto

  • Bulla

  • Dukunoo



Jamaican food most different and delicious food in the Caribbean.

  • Jamaican food most different and delicious food in the Caribbean.

  • 30 Jamaican food types.

  • most popular : Barbecue, Jerk, Cereal, Condiments, Culinary Herbs, Spices, Desserts, Fruits, Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Vegetables.

  • Barbeque Jamaican recipes very popular, easily prepared, and cooked w/ multiple seasonings



Jerk food recipes most popular

  • Jerk food recipes most popular

  • Jamaican jerk chicken recipes represent Jamaican food most

  • Seafood most favored

  • most well-liked Jamaican seafood recipes: fish, lobster, shrimp.

  • These can be cooked indifferent ways.



Vegetables are an admired choice

  • Vegetables are an admired choice

  • Use of vegetables admired because use of it in drink recipes

  • Carrot drink and beetroot drinks mixed with Jamaican herbs and spices such as sarsaparilla

  • Unique taste and creates healthy choice



Sunday:liver, ackee & saltfish, beetroot, carrot juice, soursop juice, and sorrel(if in season0

  • Sunday:liver, ackee & saltfish, beetroot, carrot juice, soursop juice, and sorrel(if in season0

  • Monday-Friday:

  • Breakfast-sardine, eggs(fried or boiled),

  • Lunch-patty & cocoa bread and cheese

  • Dinner-curry chicken, curry shrimp, escovitch fish, steam fish, oxtails, (Friday dinner eat out)

  • Saturday:liver w/ banana, dumpling, ham, beef or chicken soup(must)



Reggae big genre of music in Jamaica

  • Reggae big genre of music in Jamaica

  • Rastafarian big religion in island

  • Jamaica holds the Guinness World Record for most churches per capita

  • Majority of people in Jamaica wear flip flops than shoes, and some don’t wear footwear at all



Jamaicans wear clothes such as jeans, skirts, shorts t shirts

  • Jamaicans wear clothes such as jeans, skirts, shorts t shirts

  • “Out of many, one people” Jamaica's motto

  • Currency: American and Jamaican share the same currency money; J$

  • Special dishes are made for special holidays; Ackee and salt fish



Jamaican schools start first week in September and end last week of June or first week of July

  • Jamaican schools start first week in September and end last week of June or first week of July

  • A law states must go to school

  • Primary, secondary, tertiary, and university educations



Developed in Jamaica 1930’s

  • Developed in Jamaica 1930’s

  • Young Africa centered religion

  • Developed after coronation of Haile Selasse I, and belief is he’s God and he will return to African members in black community who are living in exile

  • Rastafarians, Rastas, Sufferers, Locksmen, Dreads or Dreadlocks



Red signifies the blood of those killed for the cause of the black community, throughout Jamaican history

  • Red signifies the blood of those killed for the cause of the black community, throughout Jamaican history

  • Green represents Jamaica's vegetation and hope for the eradication of suppression

  • Gold symbolises the wealth of Ethiopia

  • Black signifies the color of the Africans who initiated Rastafari



Christmas- 25th & 26th

  • Christmas- 25th & 26th

  • August 6th- Independence Day

  • During Christmas, Jonkanoo- dress up



Ingredients:

  • Ingredients:

  • ½ cup of malt vinegar

  • 2 teaspoons dark rum

  • Scotch bonnet peppers

  • 1 red onion chopped

  • 4 green onion tops chopped

  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme or 2 teaspoons fresh thyme leaves chopped

  • 2 teaspoons olive oil



2 teaspoons of salt

  • 2 teaspoons of salt

  • 2 teaspoons freshly ground pepper

  • 4 teaspoons ground all spice

  • 4 teaspoons ground cinnamon

  • 4 teaspoons ground nutmeg

  • 4 teaspoons ground ginger

  • 2 teaspoons molasses

  • 5 or 6 pound chicken cut in half lengthwise

  • ½ cup of lime juice

  • Salt and pepper



Listen carefully to hear how to prepare jerk chicken

  • Listen carefully to hear how to prepare jerk chicken



Ingredients:

  • Ingredients:

  • ½ pound of salt fish

  • ½ fresh ackees or 1 (drained) can of tinned ackees

  • 1 medium onion

  • ½ tsp black pepper

  • 3 tbsp of butter

  • ½ a hot chili pepper (ideally Scottish bonnet)

  • 1 sweet pepper

  • 1 chopped tomato

  • 1 sprig fresh thyme or 1 tsp dried thyme



Optional:

  • Optional:

  • 2 cloves of garlic

  • 4 scallion (or spring onions)

  • 6 slices of bacon



Please listen to us explain how to prepare and cook the dish Ackee and Saltfish

  • Please listen to us explain how to prepare and cook the dish Ackee and Saltfish



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  • Top 10, . (2014). Top 10 Jamaican Traditional Foods. Top 10. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.top10jamaica.com/top-10-traditional-jamaican-foods/.

  • Scott, Colin. (2012). Ackee. Get Jamaica. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.getjamaica.com/Jamaican%20Food.asp.

  • Bauer, Elise. (2003-2014). Jerk Chicken . Simply Recipes. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/jerk_chicken/.

  • Bauer, Elise. (2003-2014). Jerk Chicken . Simply Recipes. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/jerk_chicken/.

  • Polly, T. (November 2003). The Rough Guide to Jamaica. New York/London

  • Jamaican History I. Geography & History of Jamaica. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.discoverjamaica.com/gleaner/discover/geography/history1.htm.

  • Maps of World Company, . (January 15, 2013). Facts About Jamaica . Maps of World. Retrieved 23 January, 2014, from http://www.mapsofworld.com/jamaica/information-on-jamaica/facts.html.




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