Two Sisters and a Meal


There’s really no better way to sum up our life history - why, you may ask? The answer is simple. Our life has always revolved around food: cooking it, serving it,  selling it, eating it...and so after years of doing the food thing one way, we’ve decided to do it a different way - which is, as always, our way.

We began our life in the food industry at a tender age with a small Café that served up coffee, sandwiches, salads and pasta and subsequently grew into a full scale fine dining restaurant known for its Mediterranean inspired modern Caribbean food. Shortly thereafter we went on to launch a successful off premise catering and event planning business. Since as far back as we can remember, food and entertaining have been not only our passion, but our livelihood. We have been serving up our brand of Caribbean cuisine all over the island of Jamaica for the past 17 years, from corporate theme events for 2000 guests to intimate formal dinners for 12.

Two Sisters and a Meal is thus the brainchild of two Jamaican sisters who are business partners, foodies, lovers of world travel, avid cultural explorers, crazy history buffs, adorers of the arts, soul seekers and well known “fetein' queens”. We are passionate about exploring both the old and new Caribbean by showcasing authentic island living in as real a way as possible, using all the things we love most: food, the arts, history, music, culture and lifestyle - our goal is to create high quality, fun and educational media productions that give you a taste of what it is to grow up, live, work, eat, party and play in the islands.

We invite you to experience the true Caribbean, our Caribbean, with us.


Life philosophy: Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!
Food philosophy: Rustic, clean and a blend of sweet and spicy.
Absolutely despise: Liver or any organ no matter how it’s cooked!
Absolutely love: Hellshire fried fish and festival.
Nostalgic for: Sunday lunch of roast pork with crackling, rice and peas, gravy, plantain with avocado on the side at our beach house in Mamee Bay Jamaica.
Weird food I ate as a kid: Milo and condensed milk mixed and eaten dry with a spoon.
Fondest food memory: Fresh brick oven pizza, self-made with Nonna - a sweet Italian Grandma - in a back garden in Florence, Italy replete with freshly picked rosemary along with panzanella and homemade tiramisu…glorious!
Guilty pleasure: French fries, choc chip cookies.
Love but can’t eat: Cheese, glorious cheese...
Fave cocktail: Jamaican Christmas sorrel with white Rum and plenty of ginger.
Fave non alcoholic drink: Brown sugar limeaid.
I crank up the radio to: Bachannalist, Kerwin Dubois.
Dance move best known for: The Butterfly.
Fave Caribbean reads: Any of Miss Lou’s Poetry, Miguel Street by VS Naipaul, Kingdom of this World by Alejo Carpentier.
Moved by the work of: Albert Huie, Ervin Devries, Laura Facey.

Life philosophy: Laughter is food for the soul.
Food philosophy: Fresh, colourful, layers of bursting flavour.
Absolutely despise: Egg in any shape size or form.
Absolutely love: Cheese in every shape size and form.
Nostalgic for: Saturday afternoon Tastee patties out of a paper bag with my grandmother and a cold D&G ginger beer.
Weird food I ate as a kid: Stale cheese trix and crushed up cookies…together of course!
Fondest food memory: First taste of escargot in Heidelberg, Germany at 14.
Guilty food pleasure: Smarties, M & M’s, ice cream.
Love but can’t eat: Shrimp tempura.
Fave cocktail: Appleton Rum and Ginger Beer.
Fave non alcoholic drink: Freshly squeezed Jamaican Ortanique Juice.
I crank up the radio to: Call me Benjamin by Benjai.
Dance move best known for: Hot Wuk.
Favorite Caribbean reads: Stonehaven by Evan Jones, Miguel Street by VS Naipaul, Drumblair by Rachel Manley.
Moved by the work of: Mallico (Kapo) Reynolds, Edna Manley.