In Jamaica, Africa meets up with Spain and England to create a vibrant cuisine. The Maroon peoples, the escaped slaves of the Spaniards who headed for the Blue Mountains when the English arrived, created what is today’s jerk, and the English Cornish pasty is a close cousin to Jamaica’s classic street treat, the meat patty. For recipes, visit www.ciaprochef.com/WCA7

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