On October 18, Trinity held its first ever Jamaican brunch after the second service. Over 100 people enjoyed jerk chicken wings, Jamaican beef patties, ackee and saltfish, jerk pork, bammy, fried plaintain, Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, black cake and potato pudding among many other treats. It was a beautifully laid out feast complete with labels of the food and reggae music to add the true island vibe.
Many thanks go to the chefs: RoseAnn Singleton and Paul Pottinger for doing the bulk of the cooking and Delseta Solomon for doing most of the organizing. Huge thanks also to the many others who helped in the kitchen, with preparation, serving and helping in general.
Everyone had their fill and many were happily surprised to find such an interesting variety of food to sample. It was a lovely celebration of the international culture that we enjoy at Trinity.
Which culture shall we celebrate next?