GW Art’s NEW Framed Charcoal on paper piece is ‘INSEPARABLE’!
GW Art will be featured at JBDC Jamaica’s 1st Christmas In July VIRTUAL TRADESHOW from The Jamaica Pegasus TODAY from 2PM – 4PM!
Get a sneak peek of more NEW GW Art pieces and see flyer for details here:
Great Corporate/Pixie Gifts and Souvenirs from GW Art!
Don’t miss it! Please support our authentic Jamaican brands and Join the LIVE STREAM on JAMPRO’s YouTube channel, Jamprotv, or on any of their partners’ social media pages:
@JBDCJamaica @theJMEA_ @TEFJamaica @tourismja
Hosts will be Emprezz (@emprezzgolding) & Johnny (@chrisjohnnydaley)!
GW Art will be at JBDC’s 1st VIRTUAL Christmas In July from The Jamaica Pegasus TODAY from 2PM – 4PM! Check out the information here:
Buy Handcrafted, Hand-painted, Jamaican 🎨🇯🇲
***Islandwide and International Shipping Available***
Check out GW Art’s NEW Framed (8×10)” Painting, ‘Black and Blue, Who Knew?’. The abused with black and blue who sometimes have multiple or bold personalities crying out for attention, who sometimes hide their feelings or hide behind a mask, or are simply just black and abused.
A part of GW Art’s masterpiece, ‘Connected’ that is also still available.
‘Black and Blue, Who Knew?’ is a part of the ongoing 2020 Collection and is perfect for the Home or Office. It makes a great gift too. GW Art is for Everyone. Get yours today!
GW Art will be at JBDC’s Christmas In July, a Virtual Staging from The Jamaica Pegasus this THURSDAY! Check out the information here:
Support Local. Buy Handcrafted, Hand-painted, Jamaican 🎨🇯🇲
***Islandwide and International Shipping Available***
Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC), one of the premier business support organizations in Jamaica, has distributed GW Art Tabletop/Desktop pieces at their Things Jamaican store locations islandwide for sale and décor.
Things Jamaican represents products that have been produced in Jamaica and serves as the marketing support services unit of the JBDC. Gabby a.k.a Suga is extremely happy to have GW Art amongst other products representing Brand Jamaica for tourists to take a piece of Jamaica back home with them.
GW Art tabletop/desktops are compact (5×7)”, (8×10)” and (9×12)” pieces convenient for souvenirs, gifting and travel and are in Things Jamaican stores near you!
Buy Jamaican and Build Jamaica
Things Jamaican Locations
Devon House . Norman Manley International Airport . JBDC’s Corporate Office (14 South Camp Road)
Suga visited Christmas in July at The Jamaica Pegasus last Thursday. It was the 4th staging of the event titled, ‘Tropical Wonderland Trade Show’ put on by the Tourism Enhancement Fund (THF). It is a Tourism Linkages Network Initiative showcasing unique Jamaican products available for wholesale and retail by local businesses. Products are usually suitable for Gifts, especially Corporate gifting and Souvenirs.
There were quite a few eye-catching displays, however I was particularly impressed by the invitation and pitch from Mrs. Ronetta Crooks-Allen of RSS Naturalll Delites to try her flavoured Coconut Drops. I am not a fan of Coconut Drops, so I was pleasantly surprised with how appetizing her Cranberry flavoured Coconut Drops tasted. I was even more impressed that it was not too sweet or overpowered by the cranberries. The essence of coconut was still highlighted and quite delightful to the palate.
See Contact Information for RSS Naturalll Delites below to give those Cranberry flavoured Coconut Drops a try! Grater Cakes and other flavours of Coconut Drops are available as well.
Stay tuned to see where these yummy Coconut Drops may pop up in the future too! #BuyLocal
RSS Naturalll Delites
Location: 138 Rhone Park Estate. Old Harbour, St. Catherine. JA. W.I.
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Kingston Kitchen had Hope Gardens buzzing with activity last Saturday. It was a great event for family, friends and foodies to unite for the love of food.
The event was well supported, probably the biggest staging I’ve ever seen. The logistics and execution of the event was quite commendable.
Just a few drawbacks for me. One bar was not enough for the event and amount of patrons. It was overcrowded to say the least.
I also believe that our Gastronomy network via the Tourism Industry should have been involved with the event to incorporate tourists from various hotels on the north coast of the island. Kingston Kitchen’s Night Market would have been an eye-opening experience for them to see so much of our culture in one area and in one night. The event would also expose them to Kingston, as many tourists are unaware of the many cultural activities, beauty and places to go that exist in Kingston. For the next Kingston Kitchen, I would like to see them in bus loads!
There were so many vendors to pick, choose and refuse from, Suga and husband went with a hit list.
Here is a reminder of what Kingston Kitchen had to offer in addition to entertainment for adults and kids:
I am proud to say my husband, Randy and I succeeded. We definitely took note of places to try in the near future as well.
MUST-STOPS AND GLAD BAG BUSS
● Stush in the Bush– A variety of unique Sauces, Spreads and Preserves made with love. Always a crowd pleaser.
● Lucky Strike Seafood Bar and Grill – Their Seafood bowl is always a hit. My husband approves!
● Street Food Saturdays – Fresh mint Lemonade, Street corn and more. They kept patrons coming all night!
● Fish Pot – Flavourful, peppery Fish soup. Great gas buster to prep for food galore.
●Simo’s Bread and Catering – Pastries, Soursop Popsicles, Dessert, Sauces, Seasonings. Excellent spread as usual from the main hands of it all, Christina Simonitsch.
● I Love Paella – Rich, flavourful Tapas! From Valencia with love. Bravas, Croquetas and Empañadas cooked right in front of you.
● Scott van Bonnet – New kid on the block from Blue Diamond Shopping Centre, Montego Bay. They had tasty Turkey and Lamb Wraps. Loved the infused flavours.
Coming soon to Kingston, Ocho Rios and Negril. Can’t wait!
● Topp In Designz Limited – Foodie Gear galore!
Suga had to cop this shirt!
● Gypsy House Tapas!
I have never thrown away food at Kingston Kitchen, but there is always a first. Trust me, I tried my best to eat their Seafood and Meat stacked Paella, but I just couldn’t get past the dry rice that nearly choked me and lack of flavour. It was horrible. Chef Enric’s, I Love Paella still stands as the place to go for authentic Valencian Paella.
● Soup King
They didn’t have any Soup for over an hour after the start time of the event. They seemed to have gotten things going later on in the night though.
SATISFYING STOPS #SugaSnaps
● Lyming at Walkerswood – Mannish water, Curried Goat and more. Jamaican cooked food that goes right to the heart and makes you feel at home.
● NCR Sheep Limited – Tasty Lamb sausage.
● Rolly Polly – Ice cream for adults and kids. I enjoyed my topping of Bailey’s rum cream on my Strawberry Cheesecake ice cream. Delish!
Patrons enjoyed their small giveaways, boomerang photo booth and money machine! Fun addition to the event.
MISSED OPPORTUNITIES #SugaSpieswithHer4Eyes
> Fromage Bistro and Brasserie, Cafe Dolce, Pita Grill, Deaf Can! Coffee, Chocolate Dreams, Until We Eat Again, Cannonball Cafe, Pink Apron Jamaica, Tea Tree Créperie and Sip ‘n’ Go Juice Bar.
Suga didn’t get to stop by the usual crowd faves mentioned above, but I could see that they continued to please!
PLACES TO EXPERIENCE IN THE NEAR FUTURE #SugasRadar
> Eatopia Jamaica, WTF Burgers and 25 Wafflerie
Kudos to Director Leisha Wong, Melanie Miller and their team for their hard work, efforts and a well executed Foodie affair. #SugaEndorsed
Until the next one!
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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