Menu: Breakfast in Jamaica Published Nov 9, 2011 10:00 AM Food Ackee, Jamaica's national fruit, is the highlight of this hearty sauté. Landon Nordeman SHARE jamaican-breakfast-menu-full The Menu Callaloo and Cheddar QuichesHominy JohnnycakesAckee and SaltfishVegetable Run-UpSorrel Tea More About This Menu Chayote, which Jamaicans call chocho, is an equally common breakfast ingredient. The mild-flavored, pear-shape squash is chopped up for soups and sauteed with saltfish; Rasta chef Yvonne Peters-Hope uses it as a key ingredient in her vegetable run-up. Back to Good Morning Jamaica » Todd Coleman MORE TO READ RELATED The Guava Dish That Makes Cubans Nostalgic for Home How the sweet fruit connects this writer’s husband to his native country. READ NOW RELATED Hone Your Knife (And Sharpening Skills) With This Simple Method Our test kitchen manager shows you how to achieve the perfect edge. RELATED The Revival of an Under-the-Radar Idli from Kerala Meet the people keeping the tradition alive.