Festival refers to one of the foods from Jamaica which can be best described as a slightly sweet, crispy cornmeal fritter that is frequently served in the country with any Jamaican dish. Festivals go very well with Jerk dishes and spicy fish recipes where the sweet Festivals provide a deliciously complementary taste.

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