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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 05†Feb†2008 at 3:39am
Both searching  is good.. But Great is adding some  recipes  tooHappy%20dancing%20smiley
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That is nearly impossible for there is no one type of food that is unique to the region. You just canít come up with one definition that would encompass every islands style, culture and cooking techniques.
Conch recipes are a favorite of the Bahamas; the island of Cuba is known for its tasty black beans and rice; Jamaica is the land of jerk cooking and seasoning; Barbados favorite dish is flying fish and cou cou; Puerto Rico cooks are famous for their flavorful chicken and rice dishes; the French Caribbean islands of St Barts, Martinique and French St Martin serve up fine creole dishes, and other cooking techniques found in France, and Trinidad is home to hundreds of curry recipes.
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