Los Angeles County is home to approximately 32,000 Caribbean natives*. All things being relative, it’s not an impressive number. L.A. county’s foreign born population of 3.5 million is nearly two and a half times the next largest county’s – the notorious cultural mosaic of Miami-Dade County Florida. Yet in terms of sheer volume, 23 U.S. … Continue reading Is L.A.’s Caribbean food where it’s supposed to be?
From the vibe, to the rum punch, to that hallowed festival bread, the Culver City restaurant is something special. Continue reading Why Janga by Derrick’s is our favorite Caribbean in L.A.
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A PNW twist on a classic Caribbean festival bread that bursts with berry flavor. Continue reading Blueberry Jamaican Fried Dumplings. Because Oregon.