What does James Bond like to spread on his toast in the morning, put onto his eggs and bacon, or splash onto his grilled sole? If you said Little Scarlet strawberry jam, a sprinkling of fines herbes, or a meuniere sauce, you'd be a bit behind the times.
Curried goat is considered to be one of the national dishes of Jamaica. We are not told in the books whether James Bond ever has a meal of curried goat, but we know that it made a regular appearance at Ian Fleming's Jamaican home, Goldeneye.
You remember the photos of Daniel Craig's James Bond clutching a brace of red snapper in Jamaica during the filming of No Time To Die? Here's a recipe inspired by that moment.
In Dr No, James Bond enjoy broiled lobster and rare steak with native vegetables. This recipe is inspired by one from the Sunday Gleaner published just days after Ian Fleming returned to London from carrying the first draft of Dr No.
Lobster salad is among the lunchtime buffet dishes about which James Bond fantasises while pursuing Scaramanga through a mangrove swamp in Jamaica in The Man with the Golden Gun.
Some pretty awesome images of Daniel Craig in James Bond mode emerged over the weekend. One of them pictured him with a spear-gun, while in another he holds a couple of freshly-caught fish - red snapper by the look of 'em, and large ones at that.
The sandwich, that humble lunchtime stable, appears with surprising frequency in the James Bond adventures.
The official launch of filming of the next James Bond film returned Ian Fleming's master spy to his birthplace at Goldeneye, formerly Ian Fleming's Jamaican retreat where the Bond novels were written.
I rediscovered a booklet of recipes that came with Tex's range of seasonings, One of the recipes caught my eye: 007 Jamaican Curry Mutton.