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    Nice and flavourful dish; serve with salad and rice. From Canadian Food Network. The rub can be added up to 24 hours ahead

    Recipe #373129

    Very refreshing soup that can be served even in the summer. You can add more vegetables according to taste. I like to roast the chicken breast on a pan before adding to the soup, as I find it adds a bit more flavour.

    Recipe #319644

    Traditional curry recipe. Thyme, allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers are some ingredients used in Jamaican cuisine. Allspice is a berry of the pimiento tree so it is also known as pimento or Jamaican pepper. It is called allspice because it tastes like a blend of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. So if you wanted to, you could substitute a cinnamon stick for the allspice in this. Serve with rice and salad. Note - prep is fairly short, but cooking is approx 1 1/2 hours

    Recipe #373124

    Escovitch is the Jamaican version of the Spanish Escabéche (searing of meat or fish and adding to a vinegar salad, served cold or at room temperature). The fish is cooked and then a spicy marinade is added. I’ve used red snapper but you could use any other firm fish such as rainbow trout.

    Recipe #373161

    Peas in this recipe refers to beans. This island staple is also known as 'Jamaican coat of arms.' You can add chili to make it spicy if you prefer. No need to soak the kidney beans before cooking in this recipe

    Recipe #373752

    If you want a real Jamaica treat, there is nothing that beats rummed bananas. Look at the note above.

    Recipe #245752

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    Recipe #373669

    Gather friends together for this delightful "social" chicken dinner. Because you can prepare the salsa ahead of time and the chicken roasts long enough for you to have a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres before dinner, you can throw the party and enjoy it too.

    Recipe #284761

    Stuffed with fresh spinach and artichoke hearts, these pork slices look fancy enough for guests. A sweet-sour sauce enhances this elegant dish.

    Recipe #318757

    Indian cuisine influences this refreshingly different chicken dish. From the Better Homes and Gardens Dieter's Cookbook. This delicious chicken dish is served with a delightfully sweet and spicy pineapple relish.

    Recipe #284764

    Combining the best of both worlds, this cream cocktail brings together the complementary richnesses of American whiskey and Jamaican rum. It's a milkshake for adults. From "The Ultimate Book of Cocktails" by Stuart Walton

    Recipe #359508

    This combination of lively spices is tempered nicely by the addition of fresh herbs. I found this recipe in my Sizzling Grills and Spectacular Salads cookbook.

    Recipe #317201

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    Recipe #373072

    This recipe was found on the internet at Preparation time does not include the time needed for the salad to chill in the refrigerator.

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    This recipe comes from the internet site preparation time does not include time for the prepared soup to chill.

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    This recipe was found on the internet. Preparation time does not include the 1 hour needed for the dough to rise.

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    This recipe comes from the internet website [NOTE: On 29 June 2009 I edited the ingredients, changing the pounds & ounces of flour & sugar to cups.]

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