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Caribbean Street Food: Jamaica
A Guide to the Best Places to Eat on the Street
Kellie Manus; photos by Varun Baker

published 2010 5" x 7" • 112 pages • full color throughout
ISBN 9781405084253 • paperback • $15.00

Outdoors is a good place to be in the Caribbean. The scenery's good, the weather is even better. But best of all, outdoors, on the street, is where the really good food comes from. On sidewalks and beaches, under shop awnings or in stalls, balanced with great skill on heads and bicycles, street food is everywhere.

No frills, no cutlery and no service charge; this is the food West Indians miss when they're far from home. If you're not afraid of missing out on the tourist brochure version (or of getting your hands dirty), here's a guide to eating your way across the islands.

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