Non alcoholic, totally refreshing with the secret ingredient of Angostura bitters. Lay back & enjoy. In Australia, bottled lemon, lime & bitters made by Angostura can be purchased ready made, in which case, just add the cherry & umbrella to make your Bentley.
in Trini speak......."dis ent called punch for nuting ".........although seemingly mild, this can certainly pack a punch.......beware!!!........formular is
1 of sour
2 of sweet
3 of strong
4 of weak............ENJOY
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.
Original idea from Starbucks coffee shop. Any tea can be used--green, green with infusions (e.g. mango, citrus, orange) black, white. This recipe uses green tea--it is very refreshing for hot summer days.
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).