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Executive chef Dennis McIntosh of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande serves Andi Dorfman of 'The Bachelorette, Season 10', fried green plantains topped with fried red snapper and spicy vegetables. - Contributed photos
Marcia Sinclair (right), district sales manager, Northeast USA, Jamaica Tourist Board, serves one of the many guests at the Home of All Right lounge at the Taste of Tennis event at the W New York Hotel.

Top chefs serve up a taste of Ja in NY

Jamaica's chefs have once again tantalised the palates of trendsetters, food lovers, tennis fans, top chefs and pro tennis players at this year's Taste of Tennis event in New York.

The Jamaica Tourist Board partnered with Palace Resorts, Miss Lily's, Appleton Jamaican Rum, Red Stripe and Xaymaca Coffee in hosting the Home of All Right Lounge for the event at W New York Hotel on August 25. Executive chef Adam Schop and chef de Cuisine, Andre Fowles, Food Network's, Chopped Champion; from Miss Lily's, served the classic pastrami sandwich, adding a Jamaican twist with mouth-watering jerk brisket on a toasted pretzel bun, topped with Scotch bonnet mustard and coleslaw.

Dennis McIntosh, executive chef of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande, prepared green plantains topped with fried red snapper and spicy vegetables. Strategically timed just before the start of the US Open in Flushing Meadows in New York, the Taste of Tennis, is a week-long celebration that has become one of the most anticipated events on the tennis calendar. Given its appeal, the event is an ideal platform to dish out authentic Jamaican cuisine and great Jamaican music. 

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