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Quote Scott Replybullet Topic: What’s your favorite Caribbean food?
    Posted: 05 Sept 2003 at 7:35am

Hey, what's everybody's favorite food from the Caribbean?

Presonally I am addicted to beef patties and jerk chicken wings.  I love those.  My mouth is watering now!

I can see I'll have to hit up Joseph for some more!

Hey, Joseph, when are you going to invite me over and cook me up a batch?



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If it is at all sunny this Saturday bring your friend along and I will cook you some original Walkerswood Jerk chicken and some spicy Jamaican patties.

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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 16 Sept 2003 at 4:53pm

Originally posted by Joseph

If it is at all sunny this Saturday bring your friend along and I will cook you some original Walkerswood Jerk chicken and some spicy Jamaican patties.

I think you are just teasing me.  You know I teach a computer class at the college during the day on Saturdays.



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Quote trinid Replybullet Posted: 02 Oct 2003 at 1:10am
Hey, is that invitation to any one.  If this Jerk "thing" is as good as you try to make people believe, why not invite others to have a taste.  I'm sure that would not happen .  When was the last time you had some good Trini Roti and curry chicken or goat with coconut milk.   Maybe there could be a cook-off to declear whose national dish is the "GREATEST"  But then we already know the answer to that.
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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 02 Oct 2003 at 1:41am
I smell a challenge. LOL

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I could quite easily accept your challenge, but first I would like to know if the readers of these messages would like us to have a national cook-off  or should we  choose specific Recipes, Allow our readers to try these recipes and vote on these dishes over a specific period of time.
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Brown Stew Fish...YUM!!
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Deelady!

   Brown Stew Fish !

Is this a recipe that you would like to share with us!

Escoveitch Fish I can do, but Brown Stew Fish , I can't do 



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Heres my recipe for it

Jamaican Brown Stew Fish

2 lbs fish filets (I like catfish)
1 medium onion sliced,
3-4 stalks green onion chopped
1-2 jalapeno chopped (or habenero for the hot heads)
4 small tomatoes blended coarsely or diced
1 heaping teaspoon fresh grated ginger
garlic powder to taste
Thyme (1 tsp if dried, 1 sprig if fresh)
salt pepper to taste
maggi cube
red pepper to taste
1 tablespoon browning sauce,
1 tablespoon soy sauce
juice 1/2 lemon or 2 limes
flour to thicken
2 1/2 cup water
oil to coat pan
1 heaping tablespoon butter

In large non-stick pan heat oil, season fish with favorite Cajun spices , or just salt and pepper if desired. Fry fish in oil until cooked through and slightly golden. Drain fish on paper towels, set aside.
In large pot Fry sliced onions, tomatoes, jalapeno, ginger, garlic powder, and thyme, in about half of oil from fish until water begins to evaporate from tomatoes and onions are soft. Add water, browning sauce, soy sauce, maggi cube, lemon juice, red pepper, butter, and flour paste to thicken. Bring to boil. Adjust seasoning to taste at this point. Add more tomato if too bitter, water if too salty, salt or another maggi cube if too bland. Add chopped green onion. Lower heat, cut fish in pieces to about size of your palm if not a bit larger, add to stew. Simmer about 15-20 minutes on low. Serve over white rice with fried plantains on side.

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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 27 Oct 2003 at 11:29pm
Originally posted by Deelady

Heres my recipe for it

Jamaican Brown Stew Fish

Thanks!  Mind if we add that to the recipe section?

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