As a child watching his mom and dad compete at home to see who could prepare the best family dinner is what inspired Jamall to cultivate his Passion for culinary arts. Chef Jamall: begun his journey in the apprentice chef program at Bahamas Hotel Training College. The program took him to the prestigious Crystal Palace Resort on famed Cable Beach, Nassau better known as the Bahamian Riviera. There he got to hone his God given gift of cooking and developed his unique style of fusion cooking, where he marries international dishes with Caribbean flavors and spices. Since graduating the program Chef Jamall has been honing his skills in the kitchen at a number of the top resorts in the Bahamas namely the world famous Atlantis Resort, Paradise Harbor Club, RIU Resort, Paradise Island, Sandals Royal Bahamian resort, Baha Mar & Courtyard by Marriott. He is currently the Residential Chef at the U.S Embassy - Ambassador's Residence, Founder of Taste Entertainment & host of Taste Buzz radio show on guardian radio 96.9fm. Jamall Petty is a Bahamian Celebrity chef, radio & television personality, author, entrepreneur and culinary entertainer. Chef Jamall currently hosts Taste Buzz on Guardian Radio 96.9fm, island flares celebrity interview cooking show and Food Fight. He has hosted and organized a number of Major Culinary events & appeared as a guest on other shows and networks such as NBC, CITY TV, ILTV, Canada's hit reality TV show - Rich Bride Poor Bride and PBS alongside Emmy award winning Chef Walter Staib. Chef Jamall also spoke to students and lecturers at Lincoln Culinary institute in 2012 & Johnson & Wales in 2013 & 2014 as he exposed the unique flavors of our islands to the world through interactive demonstrations. He made his television-cooking debut on Bahamas @ Sunrise - when the Bahamian Olympic Culinary Team was preparing to travel to Germany for the Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung (IkA) better known as the World Culinary Olympics. He is a fierce Culinary Competitor; his many awards are too much to list, and they range from medals for his stellar performance in Bahamas, Orlando and Chicago Culinary Classics to the IKA International Culinary Olympics. He also mentor's high school students and puts on a culinary competition every year called the Food Fight is a large-scale non-profit culinary competition where students compete for a chance to win culinary booth camps, summer programs, scholarships and incredible prizes. The competitions combined have given a total of 187.500.00 in scholarship prizes to help develop the next generations culinary professionals. Chef Petty has also received national recognition, being a past recipient of the Governor General's Award for outstanding youth in enterprise and business..