Food

A Culinary Installation

Thursday, October 19, 2017

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“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” — Ernest Hemingway

As promised, we're still ensconced at Stush & Simo's Moveable Feast brunch at the Arcadia great house in Duncan's, Trelawny, hosted by Stush in the Bush co-principals Lisa and Christopher Binns — and the lady of the house, Simo's Bread & Catering frontwoman Christina Simonitsch.

“Arcadia was our family-getaway house where my mother Elisabeth cooked for us all, and my brother Alexander, sister Madeleine and I would put raw shrimp unseasoned on sticks, burnt them and loved it. It is a special place with so much character, which was probably why our family spent a lot of time here, especially with friends. Food always brings people together,” recalls the Montego Bay-based baker and caterer.

Her words certainly rang true as patrons made their way from the dining rooms of the Samuel Prospect estate to the comfortable parlour, where continental fare and visually spectacular desserts awaited.

Thursday Food stays the course for part deux of the October 8th epicurean tour de force that fused talents so seamlessly it at times proved a challenge to distinguish where 'Simo' ended and where 'Stush' began.

Photos: Antonio Graham

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