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    Posted: Jul 01 2014 at 1:26pm
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please post a pic or describe your cultural national dish! if your mixed just pic one and say what nation its from...

I guess mine is

Africa America
fried chicken, collard greens and baked macaroni and cheese with half and half (sweet tea and lemonade) not seen is cornbread and sweet potato pie

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Ackee and saltfish. Usually served anyone 1,2 or 3 or ALL of the following : boiled green bananas*, ripe* or green plantains, boiled dumplings* fried dumplings* re-fried dumplings, yam (yellow or white), sweet potato, irish potato, roti, cassava, dasheen coco, festival*, bammy, white rice, rice and peas, hard dough bread* * = the ones i like Let me add- pear (avocado), breadfruit and callaloo YES some folk will have their plate with all of the aboveCryCry

Jamaica's national dish is ackee and salt fish. Ackee, Sapida blighia, a fruit named after Captain William Bligh, who took the fruit from West Africa to Jamaica. Salt fish is a headless cod that is dried, then salted to increase flavour and shelf life.

Traditionally a breakfast food but it can be dinner or lunch. With breakfast you'd serve it with chocolate-tea, coffee-tea, milo-tea or tea-tea (tea = any hot beverage) and maybe some fresh orange juice, otaheite apple juice or even grapefruit juice, whatever fruit is in season.

Same dude from the Breadfruit Mutiny^^^^^

that ackee want more black pepper and i prefer smaller pieces of saltfishLOL


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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:


Ackee and saltfish. Usually served anyone 1,2 or 3 or ALL of the following : boiled green bananas*, ripe* or green plantains, boiled dumplings* fried dumplings* re-fried dumplings, yam (yellow or white), sweet potato, irish potato, roti, cassava, dasheen coco, festival*, bammy, white rice, rice and peas, hard dough bread* * = the ones i like

Jamaica's national dish is ackee and salt fish. Ackee, Sapida blighia, a fruit named after Captain William Bligh, who took the fruit from West Africa to Jamaica. Salt fish is a headless cod that is dried, then salted to increase flavour and shelf life.

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yummy I love festival I can make it too! and callaluo! sorry about spelling
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I just wanted a pic with only the ackee and saltfish. Raas i forgot pear!
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where is the breadfruit??...and fried dumpling???...cyan deal wit Diane ennuh
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Chicken, fries with Mumbo sauce.

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gallo pinto
Rice and black beans are a staple of most traditional Costa Rican meals, often served three times a day; gallo pinto, a breakfast dish of rice and beans mixed together with onions and bell peppers, is often considered the Costa Rican national dish.

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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:


Ackee and saltfish. Usually served anyone 1,2 or 3 or ALL of the following : boiled green bananas*, ripe* or green plantains, boiled dumplings* fried dumplings* re-fried dumplings, yam (yellow or white), sweet potato, irish potato, roti, cassava, dasheen coco, festival*, bammy, white rice, rice and peas, hard dough bread* * = the ones i like

Jamaica's national dish is ackee and salt fish. Ackee, Sapida blighia, a fruit named after Captain William Bligh, who took the fruit from West Africa to Jamaica. Salt fish is a headless cod that is dried, then salted to increase flavour and shelf life.

Traditionally a breakfast food but it can be dinner or lunch. With breakfast you'd serve it with chocolate-tea, coffee-tea, milo-tea or tea-tea (tea = any hot beverage) and maybe some fresh orange juice, otaheite apple juice or even grapefruit juice, whatever fruit is in season.

Same dude from the Breadfruit Mutiny^^^^^

that ackee want more black pepper and i prefer smaller pieces of saltfishLOL
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