Ten Years Of Men Who Cook 2009: Cornmeal George

Ten Years of Men Who Cook

Turn cornmeal made by George Slowley.
From as early as 7 a.m., the venue was buzzing with preparation for the noon start and as the day wore on, hundreds visited the creatively arranged booths to satisfy their taste buds. It was a family affair with adequate food and live entertainment from singer Ernie Smith, as well as Xanado Disco. There was also a fashion show and a play area for the children. Tantalising food aromas filled the air and meals were picture perfect when served. Baron Hall Farm’s John O. Minott’s sweet and spicy smoked pork was a crowd favourite. George E. Slowley’s turn cornmeal with a twist and spicy curry chicken were equally tasty. Fish and festival Peter Downey’s sprat with onion, pepper and carrot Dr Peter Wellington’s barbecue chicken Newton Coote’s roast suckling pig Everol ‘Blackie’ Christian’s shrimp in coconut sauce, as well as fish and festival, were prepared the Little Ochi style. Former member of parliament, John Junor, one of the founders of the event, returned to serve his special tamarind jerk pork this year too.
Dr Tufton said he endorsed the efforts of the Lions Club of Mandeville in their quest to raise funds for charity. He attended the event to continue to sell the idea of ‘eating what we grow and growing what we eat’.

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