Jacican's Story

Jacican is your bespoke food experience, a place to learn, share and eat. Join me from 9am - 5pm Friday, Saturday or Sundays for lunch or high tea.

Jacican can host your small private dinner, family get together or work function. I can also tailor make a private class, meal or corporate training event to you or your organisations needs.

Adult cooking classes will take your cooking to the next level. Whether it’s the secret of the perfect macaron, cream torte or even handmade lollies, I can be your guide. I’ll even teach your littlies during my school holiday Kids in the Kitchen classes.

Don't forget to book in for Curry in an Un-Hurry this Saturday night, you're running out of time to join me and my guests on a spicy world tour.

When I was in the research stage of developing my new goat curry recipe I was shocked to discover that it’s origins were not in Sri Lanka but instead Jamaica.

Curry was introduced to Jamaica in the seventeenth century by indentured East Indian workers. They paired the new cuisine with the most readily available source of protein on the island, the goat.

Jamaican Goat Curry

For anybody that hasn’t eaten goat before it is best described as tasting halfway between lamb and beef whilst having some gamy characteristics. The gaminess can be reduced of course by using the correct preparation techniques and cooking methods.

On the 10th of September at Curry in an Un-Hurry Night the goat will be cooked with a slightly different method to last year. This time around it will be oven roasted with a Jamaican jerk glaze and served with traditional Coco Bread (does not contain chocolate) and roasted Yams.

I hope to see you on Saturday night when we tuck into the Curry in an Un-Hurry menu I've prepared.

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