Drink and A Natter with JuicyChef and Odessa Chambers of O-Access Jamaica
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1M ago
Jacqui sits down with her sister friend and fellow British Jamaican, Odessa Chambers, lifestyle doyenne and daughter of reggae legend, Jimmy Cliff.  Despite her father's fame, Odessa is a personality in her own right and has been involved in modern Jamaican pop culture from being involved in Jamaica's first cable tv channel and a pioneer in the podcast space, she lives and breathes lifestyle as a "music baby". Odessa has worked with Nick Cannon, 50 Cent, Beenie Man and numerous other celebrities as well as being a local producer for overseas crews of networks, shows and documentaries incl ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef & Carleene Samuels of Creative Source
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
5M ago
JuicyChef returns under the gazebo with her friend, top Jamaican film and music producer, Carleene Samuels of The Creative Source. Jamaica is the land of multiple stories, brilliant creatives and stunning landscapes, but why is it so hard to attract the big blockbusters? Carleene breaks it down from budget constraints and tax incentives, but despite it all, international talent are attracted to Jamaica. She has worked with major celebrities and global brands locally and internationally from music videos to documentaries and feature films as well as major concerts worldwide.  According to ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Dr. Sonjah Stanley Niaah aka "The Culture Doctor"
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
7M ago
In this extra special podcast episode, on the eve of Jamaica's 60th anniversary of independence, JuicyChef sits down with popular Jamaican academic, author, cultural studies and music scholar, Dr. Sonjah Stanley Niaah, aka "The Culture Doctor". A cultural activist, Dr. Stanley Niaah was the first to study the ecology of Jamaican dancehall music and penned the book "Dancehall: From Slaveship to Ghetto." The ladies discuss the intersectionality of music, dance and spirituality. Rituals, magic and secrecy. The mysticism and soul level awareness that pervades the Jamaican landscape. Dr. Stanley Ni ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Heidi Hanna of Where Next Heidi & Jhunelle Jureidini of Simply Local Life
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
9M ago
In this episode dedicated to travel, JuicyChef hosts two of her favourite Jamaican travel bloggers, Heidi Hanna of Where Next Heidi?, who is an adventurous spirit and conscientious globetrotter alongside Jhunelle Jureidini of Simply Local Life, a patriotic Jamaica specialist whose enthusiasm makes you want to explore the island's hidden secrets. The ladies share their travel tips for exploring nooks and crannies around Jamaica in parishes that are outside the normal tourism corridor and the importance of community tourism. Heidi who has 30 countries under her belt, dispenses advice for family ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Patrique Goodall of Likkle Tea and Eileen Dunkley Shim of Netty's Farm
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
10M ago
Welcome back to the Nyam & Trod podcast, Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef! It's only fitting that our 10th episode is the first for Season 3. Our founder and host, Jacqui Sinclair, aka JuicyChef is back in her garden under the gazebo with her dogs and the birds in the background conversing with guests over delicious drinks.  The season opener focuses on tea culture. Jacqui is 'potty" about tea, pun fully much intended. Our guests, Patrique Goodall of Likkle Tea, the island's first tea sommelier and Eileen Dunkley Shim of Netty's Farm, are involved with tea and kombucha, beverages n ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Andrew Bruce of Plant Jamaica, Live ECCO's Shelly-Ann Dunkley and Christian Sale of Trouble's Brewing
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1y ago
The season two finale of "Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef" and friends is quite a lively and inebriated one as they discuss climate change from a Caribbean point of view. Plant Jamaica founded by Andrew Bruce is a nonprofit organisation planting food gardens around the island in the inner cities, schools, wealthy suburbs and beyond. Trouble's Brewing is the brainchild of Christian Sale, it is Jamaica's first micro brewing company which produces a premium line of beers, ales, lagers and stouts. Live ECCO is an environmental conservation organisation led by it's founder, Shelly Ann Dunkley ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Master Chef Colin Hylton & Angelie Spencer of ASH and Shop Local Jamaica
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1y ago
JuicyChef sits down with two famous Jamaican personalities and arbiters of good taste. There are not enough words to describe maverick Master Chef Colin Hylton, multifaceted lifestyle impresario, bon vivant, and avid traveler and Angelie Spencer, former Miss Jamaica Universe 1994, founder of ASH (Ashley Spencer Home), interior and furniture designer and the brain behind Shop Local Jamaica, an initiative to support the island's small business sector. Their lively conversation covers a lot of ground from etiquette, being role models, old fashioned values, beauty and body image, trends which demo ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Jabulani Johnson of Karma Knives
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1y ago
JuicyChef sits down with Jamaica's first knife maker, Jabulani Johnson of Karma Knives. Jabulani's story began a few years ago after a frustrating search to purchase a decent quality chef knife. He decided to learn how to create his own designed knives. With no classes being offered on the island, he started researching the prized skill to expand his knowledge through literature, YouTube videos and interacting with other knife makers abroad including a stint on Cape Cod. Inspired by Japanese Samurai history which informs his design aesthetic and functionality, paired with his Caribbean sensibi ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Lee Ann Haslam and Shikisha Cowan, discussing Jamaicans in Japan
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1y ago
Jacqui sits down to natter with her two friends Lee Ann Haslam of Lee Creates, an artist specialising in glass art and organic beauty care and Shikisha Cowan, progeny of a popular musical Jamaican family and an advertising and marketing professional. Both were resident in Japan for several years and were part of the small but vibrant Jamaican community who reside in the archipelago. Coincidentally, Lee Ann and Shikisha initially worked within the JET program in education before pursuing other career paths. The ladies share their respective perspectives on Japanese life and culture, the differe ..read more
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Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef and Marianna Farag of Marianna's Kitchen
Nyam & Trod Podcast: Drink & A Natter with JuicyChef
by Jacqueline Sinclair
1y ago
Jacqui welcomes her first guest of the second season, the dynamic Marianna Farag, a French expat of Egyptian and Syrian heritage who has planted roots in Jamaica. Marianna shares with Jacqui why she transitioned to a vegan lifestyle after living in the US. Her restaurant, "Marianna's Kitchen", located at the Marketplace in Kingston, is an intimate space characterised by the soothing sounds of world music and an eclectic constantly evolving plant based menu. Marianna's Kitchen is also an underground hub of social community activism supporting local farmers, artisans and various local causes. Ma ..read more
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