In This Issue Featured Recipe Exciting Wolmer's Recipe Book Offer:
50 Traditional Jamaican Recipes:
Jamaica's National Dish:
Wolmer's serves the victory menu at the Centenary Hiigh School Athletic Championships "CHAMPS" 2010. See our winning recipe on pages 6-7 of our recipe book, submitted by Wolmerian Dr. Justin Peart.
Exciting Wolmer's Recipe Book Offer
Making a contribution to Wolmer's has never been easier, more convenient, or more sustainable!
Give the gift that keeps on giving for years to come. Support our Recipe Book Fundraiser.
The international body of Wolmer's alumni has published a commemorative, keepsake recipe book as major, sustainable fundraising initiative for our school. The Wolmer's School is the oldest high school in Jamaica and the West Indies. Read More - School History.
This collection features 200 taste-tempting and delectable recipes from our very own Wolmer's family kitchens. It includes many international favorites, award winning recipes and also showcases over 50 traditional Jamaican dishes lovingly passed down through many generations of Jamaicans.
In addition we offer 24 pages of quality "Cooking and Helpful Hints" as an important and practical extra, designed to add value to your cooking experience.
Have you ever tried to figure out ways in which you could give to Wolmer's? Well your search is over! Introducing an easy, convenient and sustainable way to give, using the wolmersnyalumni.org web based portal - a safe and secure way to give. Every purchase you make generates dollars for profit. You will also treasure the prized recipes, photos, history and traditions of our schools that are preserved in this keepsake cookbook and take pride in knowing that your contribution has made a difference. Many needy and current special projects such as the refurbishing of the science lab and the joint Penn Relay 2012 Track Team will be funded by this initiative. 100% of the profits will benefit the Wolmer's Boys', Girls' and Prep Schools. Show your love. Give something back to Wolmer's today.
Over 50Traditional Jamaican Recipes
Do you know how to really "cook Jamaican?" We will teach you.
Let us take you back to the organic, natural roots of Jamaican culinary tradition. Learn how to "cook Jamaican" from our 50 plus, easy to follow, tried and true authentic Jamaican recipes. Remember "Codfish Fritters" or "Manish Water?" How about "Mackerel Rundown" or "Easter Bun?" Hope you are salivating by now. Do you know how to make any of these? Keep in touch with the art of Jamaican cooking. Pass these on to the "younger generation" to keep the richness and breadth of our culinary heritage alive, whilst at the same time giving to Wolmer's. These recipe books make great gifts for birthdays, graduations, showers and any other special occasion.
Jamaica's National Dish - Ackee & Saltfish
Did you know that Jamaica's National Dish - Ackee & Saltfish is ranked #2 on National Geographic's Top 10 National Dishes recognized around the world?
Do you know how to make Ackee & Saltfish? Learn from our simple step by step recipe on Page 98 of our recipe book.
"Most countries have a favorite or national dish. Popular with residents and forming part of a country's identity, they are an essential experience for visitors" - National Geographic.
Jamaica has been bestowed the honor of having its National Dish - Ackee & Saltfish ranked #2 on National Geographic's list of Top 10 National Dishes recognized around the world. We are proud to present the recipe for Ackee & Saltfish on page 98 of our recipe book.
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