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beef-patties

Beef Patties

The “hamburger” of Jamaica, a patty is the perfect snack or lunch. Layers of crispy dough enclose richly spiced meat. It is found on any ...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

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vegetable-patties

Vegetable Patties

Vegetable patties are not the ubiquitous “patty” known to Jamaicans. But over recent years, they’ve become popular throughout Jamaica. Th...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

7379
johnny-cakes

Johnny Cakes

Eaten with a traditional breakfast such as Ackee and Salt Fish, these cakes, originally called “Journey Cakes,” are served with meat and ...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

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festival

Festival

Festival is a relative newcomer to Jamaican cooking. Not until about twenty-five years ago did it begin to pop up at Hellshire Beach, whe...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

7381
rice-and-peas

Rice and Peas

Every Jamaican household, rich or poor, serves this nutritionally complete one-pot meal. It’s the backbone of this island’s cuisine, henc...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

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callaloo

Callaloo

This abundant, leafy green has a firmer texture and fuller flavor (not bitter) than spinach. It is the main ingredient in Pepperpot Soup ...

by Lucinda Scala Quinn

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pepperpot-soup

Pepperpot Soup

This soup is dominated by the mineral-rich leafy green known as callaloo, which is similar to spinach. It has its origin with the Arawak ...

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7386
jerk-chicken

Jerk Chicken

For takeout at a roadside jerk stand, servings of this slowcooked fast food come cleverly wrapped and placed in a white rectangular cardb...

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curry-shrimp

Curry Shrimp

This recipe is from Erryll, a.k.a. Float, a.k.a. Cock Upon the Water, a fisherman down in Bluefields on the south coast. The recipe is si...

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coconut-shrimp

Coconut Shrimp

The nutty toasted coconut complements the shrimp flavor perfectly. This makes a great appetizer served with the spicy dipping sauce.

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