Chef Ernie Campbell arrived in the United States in 2001. Since then, he has worked his way through restaurants and commercial kitchens, spending 5 years at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center. It was here that Chef Ernie honed his culinary and kitchen management skills alongside top local chefs. His unique cooking style combines this professional experience with an unbeatable education in the restaurants and resorts of Negril, Jamaica. His recipes reflect ten years of serving-up dishes that pleased tourist from all over the world and a lifetime of providing meals to friends and neighbors in Jamaica, as well as Boston.
The mobile kitchen van made its debut in 2013, making Jamaica Mi Hungry a lifestyle and experience. For most, Jamaica brings to mind fun, relaxation, paradise, excitement, and a place where life’s daily routines disappear. When you’re hungry for delicious food at a fair price with no worries, you want to turn to Jamaica Mi Hungry. Anyone who has traveled Jamaica knows that the people there love to make and share good food. They want their guests to relax and enjoy a homemade meal. Jamaica Mi Hungry brings that love for service and food into every meal.
Ernie’s Tropical Fruit Salsa
- 1 c. Pineapple, diced small
- 1 c. Papaya, diced small
- 1/2 c. Mango, diced small
- 1 T Fresh Cilantro, chopped
- 1/3 c. Apple Cider Vinegar
- 2 T Brown Sugar
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 pinch pepper
- Combine all ingredients in sauce pan.
- Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes, stir occasionally.
- Remove from heat to cool.
- Serve over Jerk Chicken, Jerk Shrimp, Jerk Salmon, Jerk Pork, etc.
This post was written by Jamaica Mi Hungry – Home Cooked Food Delivered to your Door. Their menu includes food from all over the world, including a good selection of Jamaican specialties. makingmehungry.com