"Jamaica's most beloved meal isn't a jerk lunch or dinner," writes Betsy Andrews in her story Good Morning Jamaica
, in issue #142. "It's breakfast, including the national dish, a sauté of salt cod or pollack, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, Scotch bonnet chiles, scallions, and ackee, which grows wild on the island." The nation's cuisine was "born of the island's unique history — its sugar plantation past, its kaleidoscopic Creole culture, its people's vibrancy in the hardship." Rich, filling, and delicious,"it tastes like the world's most satisfying way to begin the day." Dig in to the flavors of the island with this breakfast menu.