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    This is adapted from a Claudia Roden recipe. This is my version of her classic. It gets rave reviews every time.

    Recipe #397226

    I learned to make this when I was living in Barbados. My friend, who is the grandson of a well known local cook in Speightstown (Mile and a Quarter), never used measurements, so everything here is approximated to the best of my ability. Feel free to play around with it, as it is hard to go wrong. You can find all the ingredients at any West Indian supermarket. This is the best oxtail stew I have ever had and I consider myself quite the connoisseur. If you want to impress your West Indian friends, try this delicious dish.

    Recipe #333598

    I have named this lasagna recipe after my baby sister Lori who loves it more than anyone I know. She just had her first baby, Ashley Elizabeth, who will also be enjoying this recipe for years to come now that it is posted on recipezaar! It is really easy because there is no need to boil the noodles. Just layer and bake.

    Recipe #333451

    This has been in my family for many years. I usually double the hot sauce because I like a bit of bite. It always turns out incredible and makes delicious leftovers. In fact I often use the leftovers for Shepherd's pie. Freezes well too. It will work in the slow cooker to perfection. An all-round winner. Enjoy!

    Recipe #333441


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