Also called callaloo, this dish has many guises and often is made with meats. The dish dates back to the Arawak Indians, who prepared a stew that was kept going on the fire with the addition of new ingredients every day. This version is made simply with shrimp.
Nice sprinkled with equal parts of brown sugar and spice. These are lovely moist muffins and hardly need to be buttered. They will keep will, but are best kept refrigerated and then warmed before eating.