Food in the Cayman Islands centers around fresh and local seafood. Signature Caymanian dishes are also authentic and delicious. One recipe that dates back generations is the Cayman jerk rub. Used to spice a variety of meats from pork to chicken, this spicy concoction is made up of allspice berries, hot pepper, thyme, and cinnamon. Other specialties range from turtle stew—the national dish—to conch dishes. Grand Cayman is known for its farm/fishing boat–to-table brasseries as well as breathtaking oceanfront dining under the stars. The liquor of choice on the island is spiced rum, with domestic brands like Tortuga and Seven Fathoms produced on Grand Cayman.