My Jamaican Breakfast
by Kameka Harris
(Montego Bay, Jamaica)
My Jamaican Breakfast
Contest Entry #001 - My Jamaican Breakfast
This is a shot of my breakfast on the Saturday morning of November 26, 2012 all courtesy of Mama Grant at the Retreat Guesthouse in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica while staring at the breathtaking view of the Falmouth pier.
My plate is consisting Brown Stewed Kidney, the Jamaican national dish Ackee
& Saltfish, Fried Breadfruit, Fried Dumpling
and Fried Plantain
This is certainly a meal fit for a queen. Just imagine waking up to the smell of my breakfast with a cup of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee
with milk and or sugar.
Just talking about this meal got my mouth running water for more. After such a delicious meal the best place to hit would be the beach where you could soak up so sun or just enjoy the crystal blue sea of Jamaica.
I can see you reaching in to see if you can get some of my breakfast :-) !!!
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