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Thursday, June 06, 2019

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The 21st staging of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards, the Caribbean's premier food event, took place last week Thursday at Devon House. A smashing success, it was attended by some 2,000 patrons with fare from 70 booths from which to taste, eat, drink and applaud. This they did in spectacular form. Thursday Food takes you inside the Main Event, M-Style, Ann Marie Wyss for Every Blooming Thing-styled event with catering services handled by Maurine Capleton for MC Decor.




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