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67 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Grilled Pineapple With... · 0 replies · +1 points

please see the "print friendly" icon above

79 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - A Delectable Corn Soup... · 0 replies · +1 points

try some heavy (or light) cream

88 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Spicy Fish Balls. · 1 reply · +4 points

what you're speaking about I know as being accras or fish cakes, which I did about a year or so ago on the website. BTW did you know that several cultures around the world have a version of this recipe?

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.

88 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Spicy Fish Balls. · 0 replies · +2 points

something like a white sea bass or any mild tasting fish will work

90 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Classic Homemade Carib... · 0 replies · +1 points

thanks for pointing that out. I've removed the double entry

108 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Potato Salad. · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes, definitely.

112 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Peanut Punch For Two. · 0 replies · +1 points

To be honest I'm not familiar with the area that much. It was within the city/town itself.. so if you're coming from San Fernando, pass the main center (junction) of the town and on the left side. A very popular 'chinee" shop. He later went on to build/own "Chicken Roost" in San Fernando, on the side of the library.

116 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Simple Oven BBQ Chicken. · 0 replies · 0 points

Hello Cynthia,

Always nice to hear from you and thanks for the tips. I did consider cooking the shrimp and removing them (add later) as you said, but I tried to stick to the way it was told to me by my Guyanese friend. I do recall my mom always air drying (and sun) the cut okra before cooking. I believe I did that in a previous recipe I shared. As far as the salt goes, thanks. I'll have to remember that for sure. Funny enough, I did end up liking the sort of slimy/creamy texture at the end. but to be honest, nothing beats having okra with sort of burnt edges.

On another note... when will we be seeing the book in the local book stores (Chapters / Indigo) here in Canada? I've been telling a lot of friends about your work and I'd love to tell them where they can get a copy locally. I did take a peek when we were in Jamaica last year - you did a marvelous job! When I went back to get a copy, I was told they were sold out. My sister is on the hunt in Trinidad for a copy for me. Hoping my parents will bring it back when they return in early June.

I do apologize for the difficulty in getting in contact with me. I'll have to surely take a look into making that easier.

Again, thanks for sharing the tips.

Regards

Chris De La Rosa
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130 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - A Classic Jamaican Jer... · 0 replies · +15 points

Lovely use of language ms. The final color you see is after it's been in the oven. Take a look at the ingredients of this and/or any jerk marinade and tell me where the 'red" would come from. That's the natural color after roasting in the oven..

141 weeks ago @ CaribbeanPot.com - Coconut Bake A Classic... · 1 reply · +1 points

Thanks for the tip. I'll have to give that a try.