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    my freinds sister was visiting from Canada, and made this for a BBQ, and gave me the lasted 5 mins, it's so yummy !! Everybody raved about it.

    Recipe #415076

    This is a seasoning made from fresh herbs & vegetables. It is used to coat and soak into all meats--found in all homes throughout the Caribbean. It varies slightly from island to island. Can be kept in the fridge for up to 2 weeks ( if it lasts that long).

    Recipe #374098

    Another great mango chutney recipe from Trinidad.............goes nicely with a curry.......or alternately with a cold meat platter.

    Recipe #247559

    A recipe from Trinidad that goes with just about anything........nice on cheese sandwiches.

    Recipe #247556

    This melt in your mouth bread is a Trinidad favourite. Etra amounts always have to be bought, as they're usually devoured in the car on the way home from the local bakery Very nice with scrambled egg filling. Courtesy

    Recipe #247555

    This is a simple to make recipe and delicious--provided by site www.

    Recipe #247352

    A delightfully refreshing drink, especially for those with a sweet tooth

    Recipe #246779

    A traditional Christmas - New Year's drink in the Caribbean--very refreshing and very popular.

    Recipe #246776

    Another variation on HOT pepper sauce, to add to your collection............

    Recipe #246774

    Another variation of West Indian pepper sauce.........all enjoyable & VERY HOT

    Recipe #246772

    This spicey sauce is delicious with seafood

    Recipe #246769

    this sauce , like all other West Indian pepper sauces is VERY HOT.........enjoy

    Recipe #246765

    A decadent twist to the ever popular trifle..........very popular in the west indies.

    Recipe #246310

    Pepper pot is made throughout the Islands, and will differ slightly on each island.It is a dish that can go on, & on , & on.......

    Recipe #245911

    This is the simplest form of rice & peas, the 'Jamaican coat of arms'. Sometimes bacon, salt pork or stewing meat is added. In Jamaica it is always called Rice an' Peas, although on some other islands it becomes Peas an' Rice. In the Bahamas tomatoes are added and the dish is called Hoppin' John. Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242931

    Strangers may reject pigs tails, which are in every shop, even most modern supermarkets. This recipe is not the same as the local one, but it makes an appetising & inexpensive meal. Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242929

    Conch fritters are a great favourite with people in the BAHAMAS, where this shellfish is found in abundance. In Geat Exuma, the Out-Island Regatta is held in April and during this period, the local conch seller makes fritters all day,starting at 6 a.m and using about 50 conch. She demonstrates her method smiling broadly, "Ever'body likes fritters, yez ma'am". From Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242848

    Made from the ELIXIER of the Islands, the base for these delicious drinks is of course RUM--ENJOY.

    Recipe #242370

    This pepperpot recipe is the one most used in the Eastern Caribbean, but recipes vary greatly from island to island. In Jamaica it is a soup, in Guyana the basis is chicken or oxtail with sugar, cassareep and chillies added. From Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure by Mary Slater

    Recipe #242369

    The Caroni swamp, near PORT-of-SPAIN in TRINIDAD, is known for its tree oysters. One can take a boat into the swamp & here, besides oysters and most beautiful tropical vegetation, the scarlet ibis make their nests. Any visitor to TRINIDAD should try to see this bird and to make the excursion to the swamp. From Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242358

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