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Goat

The thing about goat is that you have to curry it. Well you could do it in other ways but curried goat

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Seeds

Well the thing about seeds in Jamaica is that you are more likely to wear them on your neck than

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Country

I grew up in the country where the food was fresh and plentiful and easy to pick and easy to steal.

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Market

What foodie doesn’t like a good market although I have to confess I hate the term foodie

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Charmaine Lord’s Dish Up
Escoveitched Fish

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Escoveitched fish is most often done using whole fish. The fish is fried and then covered in a pickled sauce of vinegar, peppers, carrots, cho cho, onion and pimento. It is often eaten at room temperature.

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Rum Punch

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Rum Punch is perhaps our most popular cocktail and there are as many recipes for this celebrated punch as there are bartenders. I stick to the tried and true 1 of sour 2 of sweet 3 of strong and 4 of weak.

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Rasta Stew

Rasta Stew can be very versatile and is often a crowd pleaser. Most often I mix carrot, potato, chick peas and cauliflower but you could use any combination that you like. Other essential ingredients are curry powder and coconut milk. Great for Vegans and Vegetarians.

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Jerk Chicken

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Jerk Chicken is probably one of our most famous dishes. In Jamaica you can find many roadside stalls selling this staple. Crucial to a real jerk flavor is pimento – sometimes used in in the fire to smoke the chicken and often used in a paste or dry rub.

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