While September often gets a bad rap—back to school, and peak of hurricane season—SkyWritings magazine embraces the onset of fall, with our annual Food Issue.
The magazine takes readers on a tour, including a stop in Harlem, New York, where MTV News writer, Jayson Rodriguez, visits the iconic streets and discovers that the more things change, the more they stay the same. From New York, the tour moves on to Fish Fridays at Port Royal, where the sleepy town comes alive with everything “fish” set to the music of Bravestar sound system. Young photographer Rosanna Chen makes her SkyWritings debut, with gritty, honest images that stirringly capture the town’s nighttime energy.
We also explore how the convenient comforts of Jamaican country cooking have found new fans in town and touch base with Round Hill Chef Martin Maginley
For those looking for practical guides, the story on Jamaica’s jerk trail will keep all taste buds busy; while budding cooks can find convenient recipes for cornmeal coo coo and gizzada, and get inspiration from the recipe cards (courtesy of Grace, The Best Dressed Chicken, and Reggae Jammin’ Rotisserie). For those looking to get out of the kitchen, the foodie diary will lead readers to every tasty corner.
“Foodies and non-foodies alike will love this latest issue,” says Leisha Chen-Young, SkyWritings Editor. “We want to position this issue of the magazine as the ideal travelling gourmet companion, providing an extensive guide to sampling the authentic flavours of all Air Jamaica’s destinations—a guilt-free, gastronomic experience.”