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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

i agree okra has to be cooked a certain way, it can be off putting in the wrong hands


I hate it....but Mr00 and my granny love it fried....
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Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

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

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Griot, du riz ak pois, banane pesée (fried pork, rice and beans, fried plantains)



YASSSS AND fries *falls over* i hear you with the foo-foo needs sauce lolol

rumbera cassava has a purpose?!ShockedShockedShockedShockedShockedShockedShockedShockedShocked lolololol

gumbo and jambalya and recently funnel cakes are on the list too.

 
Que !!??!!!??? Stern SmileConfusedConfusedConfusedStern Smile
 
Aye dios mio... Of course, you need to fry you some cassava and eat it real slow with some garlic salsa(mariquitas)....

like i can pick out cassava from coco from dasheen from white yam from yellow yamEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed *runs*

what is the etoufree (sic)?

Mommy Diane just hand me a plate of Green Bananas (boiled), i boiled dumpling and some roasted breadfruit, a little bit of ackee and saltfish and the BOSS rundown (mackerel) YESSSSS rundown JESSASSSSSS!!!!! JoileP the breadfruit is a little turn (ripe) so its sweet.
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oh I am learning so much!

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to us this is okra

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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

okra and callalou

Are different to caribbean people

Okra is a long pod like vegetable, like a round fat string bean with tiny seeds

Callalou is a green, a heartier spinach like green


Really? For haitians, it's the same as okra. I'm not sure what you are referring to.

Remember that on the different islands we call the same thing by different names. Like ackee in Jamaica is guinep in maybe Barbados but guinep in jamaica is just a dumb AZZ fruit, waste of time 85% seed 15% fruit. lolol Kinda similar to lychee but not really.

  • Antigua’s Fungi is the same as Barbados’ Coucou
  • Dominica’s national dish, Mountain Chicken is also prepared in Trinidadand is called Mountain Chicken as well, and yes, it is really frog legs, referred to in the Islands as Crapo.
  • Grenada’s national dish, Oil Down is also called Oil Down in TrinidadRun Down in Jamaica and Maetem Ghee in Guyana.
  • Guyana’s national dish, Pepper Pot is different from Pepper Pot Soup which is prepared in Jamaica.
  • Trinidad’s Pilau (rhymes with allow) is called Cook-up Rice in Guyana andPeas & Rice in Jamaica


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Its kinda like a thick stew with shrimp sausage or crawfish thats served over rice.....
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we can have a thread just for what we call things of the same name too! I was in Barbados and they were Raving about (bake Macaroni pie) I was like this is what we call (baked Macaroni and cheese) LOL Same thing!

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Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

I can't do blood sausage.... No no no
 
Ladies, we used to eat fufu de platano with fried pork skin... I don't know how I survived LOL

hmmmmm, i'd fit right in if i ever head over to Cuba.

blood sausage?
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

to us this is okra



Yes, I just googled it. To us, that is callaloo. Apparently, haitians use that word differently than the rest of the caribbean. You just taught me something.
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