Why people eat what they do and how they prepare it is an important means of studying a culture. This work reveals food and cultural practices in Jamaica from the time of the earliest Taino inhabitants through the introduction of different foodways by enslaved cultures, to creole adaptations to the fast-food phenomena.attempts to establish commercial sites of consumption, with only a handful of aquot; coffee barsaquot; when they became popular internationally at the ... coffee, berries could be aquot;toasted and ground the night before, and the essence distilled by an all -night dripping through a cafetiere. ... To make iced coffee, condensed milk or a mixture of milk and egg might replace the boiled milk.143 Whereas recent Jamaicananbsp;...
|Author||:||B. W. Higman|
|Publisher||:||University of West Indies Press - 2008|