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    This is a fast, easy recipe for a Caribbean gumbo utilizing very few ingredients, some of which aren't even indigenous to Jamaica but are staples of Creole-style gumbos. The central element of any gumbo is the roux, and in this case we're using Fish Tea, a traditional Jamaican soup that can take 4 hours to make from scratch. Obviously, if you want to have some fun and you have the time on your hands you're free to learn that recipe elsewhere, but I recommend using the packaged fish bouillon sold in grocery stores (specifically the Grace brand). As usual, feel free to substitute in/out ingredients where desired. For instance, I left out okra because it tends to make the gumbo too slimy, but you can add it. Same goes for any traditional Caribbean food you'd like to include.

    Recipe #512674

    This is a Southern adaptation of an Irish favorite. Many substitutions have been made here to the standard recipe (most notably, the absence of cabbage), and many more adaptations are welcome. That’s the nature of this springtime dish. This slow cooker recipe will yield a thin, dark, rich Dr. Pepper broth that will inject all 23 of its hidden flavors into the veggies and meat. The resulting broth is a lot like some of the brown-sugar recipes mentioned elsewhere, but the difference here is that you can substitute the Dr. Pepper out for Ginger Ale (for a tangier flavor), Coca-Cola (for the more conservative chef), Sunkist (soda version of the traditional Orange Juice Corned Beef recipe), or beer (limitless varieties of flavor here).

    Recipe #498438


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