Stir It Up Cuisine is owned and operated by Patricia Kiernan, a native Jamaican who has cultivated the art of Caribbean cuisine through family recipes that have been passed down through the generations.
Patricia's delicious Sweet Heat Pepper Jellies incorporate the scotch bonnet pepper used in jerk recipes in Jamaica. They have been featured on television and in local media for their perfect blend of sweet heat. You can purchase a Sweet Heat Pepper Jelly in 6 varieties online for delivery or pickup in Weymouth or Milton. She also offers a pepper jelly cheese torte for pickup. There are many ways to use her pepper jelly in your kitchen!
Enjoy Patricia's Caribbean menu that incorporates a fusion of cuisines from the Islands reflected in our stews, hot Jamaican curries, and rice and beans derived from African influences. She also prepare traditional meals cooked with a Caribbean flair.
Caribbean people love to party, the only excuse needed is good food and music! If you’ve been to the Caribbean, our dishes will surely bring back fond memories. If you haven’t, enjoy the experience!
by Mary Whitfill
The Patriot Ledger
by Lisa Zwern
The Boston Globe
by Jane Dornbusch
The Boston Globe
The Milton Scene
I ordered from here for the first time and the Office LOVED IT! The meatballs were just the right amount of spicy, the shrimp was devine, the mac & cheese was full of yumm and the rice & beans were perfect! EVERYTHING was DELICIOUS. I would definitely order from here again.
- Saoni, Boston
The food was absolutely delicious, and they even threw in a complementary pepper jelly cheese torte, and a few trial sized jars of jelly. The Jerk BBQ chicken was especially popular, we didn't order enough! I would buy the sauce they used on that chicken happily. Food came on time, and arrived hot.
- Charles, Boston
Until I met Pat I didn't even realize there was a void in my life that could only be filled by her pepper jelly! Wow - she is as authentic as it gets! Her cooking, much like herself is spirited and one of a kind. I dream about her mac n' cheese and of course her shrimp are magical. I have seen her cook and it is amazing the flavor profiles that she produces! I guess it's something that just a Jamaican-born woman knows how to do!
- Caitlin, Boston