10 Reasons Why Jamaicans Run So Fast Cookbook puts to rest that age-old question of why Jamaicans run so fast. This keepsake book tells tales about Jamaican “bush” teas; outrunning duppies (ghosts) hiding in the cotton trees and serves up a Party in the Pages. From power-packed breakfasts of dumpling and liver, to traditional standbys like brown stew chicken, a Patois Pizza Party (breadfruit flour-crusted ackee and saltfish pizza) and a dumpling party that includes (NEW) dumpling holes filled with deliciousness. Plus, from the athletes -- Yohan Blake’s ‘secret weapon’; Usain Bolt and the yellow yam; and world record swimmer Alia Atkinson’s chocolate meltdown. 10 Reasons Why Jamaicans Run So Fast Cookbook has bite-sized stories as well as hot and spicy recipes using the bold and flavours of Jamaica and the Caribbean in recipes like herbal tea-infused coconut rice and peas and shrimp in jackfruit butter. Produced by JamaicanEats magazine (jamaicaneats.com) which has been bringing Jamaican and Caribbean food to the world since 2006.
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Author Grace Cameron is also Editor and Publisher of JamaicanEats magazine which she founded in 2006. Grace is a Jamaican-Canadian journalist who has worked in both Canada and Jamaica as a writer as well as a newspaper and magazine editor. She is a graduate of the Ryerson School of Journalism in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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