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My gawd..Femme that looks so good! Tongue

Also, knew this thread was going to hell last night. It can't be saved.  Love the food pics tho.  Heart
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Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

we call those plantains where im from Confused


boo plantains and bananas are not the same thing.

green plantains are used to make something like monfongo  or plaintain chips. and do not look or taste like green bananas.

the first are bananas the rest are plantains





Co-sign with Nycdiva.   Plantains and green bananas are delicious if fixed properly.  I boil green plantains, and green bananas.  I fry ripe plantains.  This is how we do it in Jamaica. 
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Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

y'all confusing me. imma stick to my language, because what i just googled to me to isn't a plantain nor a banana in my language.
a green banana in american/jamaican/haitian should all be the same thing.  what does urs look like?
In creole they're all called the same thing.
That ws a bunnun flow but it was bunnun vert

But flow, there's bunnon douce
bunnon vert
bunnon mûr

There are classifications but i usually know upon looking what kind is on the plate...





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Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:


Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:


Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

we call those plantains where im from Confused


boo plantains and bananas are not the same thing.

green plantains are used to make something like monfongo  or plaintain chips. and do not look or taste like green bananas.

the first are bananas the rest are plantains





Co-sign with Nycdiva.   Plantains and green bananas are delicious if fixed properly.  I boil green plantains, and green bananas.  I fry ripe plantains.  This is how we do it in Jamaica. 
I love ackee and salt fish with fried dumplings and boiled banana, that is the only banana I eat. I hate yellow banana.

My favorite Jamaican co-worker surprised me with some for helping her out on a project and my two white co-workers were making fun of how "nasty" it looked. I had to professionally ether their European roots.

Edited by stardaqueenb23 - Dec 18 2012 at 7:24pm
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Originally posted by BrownQtee BrownQtee wrote:

Boiled banana and curry goat ftw. Lawd have mercy...
 
Gonna go tackle this damn thread from the beginning.
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I hope Jolie is ok.
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Originally posted by ImThatDiva ImThatDiva wrote:

Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

y'all confusing me. imma stick to my language, because what i just googled to me to isn't a plantain nor a banana in my language.
a green banana in american/jamaican/haitian should all be the same thing.  what does urs look like?
In creole they're all called the same thing.
That ws a bunnun flow but it was bunnun vert

But flow, there's bunnon douce
bunnon vert
bunnon mûr

There are classifications but i usually know upon looking what kind is on the plate...






yes. that is what i am used to calling it. and bunnun pooyak
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze PurpleHaze wrote:

oh a food thread now--

what's your favorite liquor to add to egg nog?

Southern Comfort
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Originally posted by stardaqueenb23 stardaqueenb23 wrote:

Originally posted by PurpleHaze PurpleHaze wrote:

oh a food thread now--

what's your favorite liquor to add to egg nog?

Southern Comfort


thanks Big smile
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Originally posted by stardaqueenb23 stardaqueenb23 wrote:

Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

speaking of egg nog.. i want some coquito.

Don Coqui in New Rochelle/Queens makes the best coquito. I go ham on it with rum since one of the owners knows my hubby.
Now to off read this thread.....


i went there 2 weeks ago for the first time.
i went to the one in astoria.
they gave us free shots of coquito..lol

mine is better tho.


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