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Quote Citizen Eve Replybullet Topic: Questions for Caymanian: The Food Guru
    Posted: 21†Feb†2009 at 5:38pm
Caymanian ... please share your best take on Green Peas Soup ... got some in the freezer that I brought back with me from Grenada recently ...

And, for Breadnut too ... other than good old fashion boiling ... I've got that frozen too ...
Looking forward to your response ... thanks much ...

Oh, made your black cake recipe again past Christmas and it was awesome ... poaching the fruits in the spirits really blends the flavors ... a great lesson ... haven't had the nerve to try icing yet ... its my next step in the dessert arena ... we really appreciate on input on CC ... all the best with your health in the New Year ...
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bread fruit,Breadfruit%20cultivated%20on%20the%20island%20of%20Hawaiʻi
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The mission of the HMS Bounty was to deliver breadfruit from Tahiti to the Caribbean. During his voyage to Tahiti in 1769, Captain James Cook was introduced to breadfruit when he brought it back to England. Breadfruit, a nutritious starchy melon weighing between two to five pounds was looked upon as an excellent food source for the African slaves in the plantations of the Caribbean. Although it is a fruit, itís light yellow flesh has the starchy consistency of unripe potatoes which makes it seem more like a vegetable. As the breadfruit ripens it softens to about the consistency of a mango but without the sweetness
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Quote caymanian Replybullet Posted: 22†Feb†2009 at 5:15pm
Sliced thin and fried, can be served or used like potatoe, can be boiled and used to make salad just as the potatoe, can be roasted out side or in an oven. Limitless use. in fact the pupa or young fruit is used to make a type of wine. or is boiled and stewed in sugar to make a jam. 
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Quote caymanian Replybullet Posted: 22†Feb†2009 at 5:18pm

8 oz. dried green peas
1/4 c. salted pork back fat or pig tail
7 c. water
1 onion, finely sliced
Salt and pepper
1 carrot, diced
Bay leaf
2 tsp. celery leaves, finely sliced
5 parsley sprigs
1/2 tsp. chopped savory

In a stove top casserole dish, combine all ingredients and bring to a boil. Boil for 2 minutes; reduce heat. Cover and simmer for about 1 1/2 hours, stirring from time to time. Remove pork fat; run soup through blender and adjust seasoning. Decorate with a few small chunks of pork fat and serve.



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Quote Citizen Eve Replybullet Posted: 22†Feb†2009 at 8:09pm
Caymanian ... thanks for the response ...

The ingredients for soup seems really tasty ... I love using savory and plants it during summer ... tell me, aren't we suppose to put yams in there too or dumplings ... guess would be a matter of whether it is a one pot meal or a soup to serve with an entree ...

Oh ... I was talking about breadnut ... nut breadfruit ... but they kinda look alike ... didn't know you could make wine with breadfruit or dessert too ... enlightening ... gotta share that with my sister who lives in Grenada and loves to cook ...

Thanks again ...


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girl we a caribbean folks we put everything in our soup, yam dasheen coco, yam potatoe, you can add all these.
  • 2 qt. water
  • 1 lb. soup bones or stewing steak
  • 1/2 lb. carrots, cubed
  • 1/4 lb. turnips, cubed
  • 1 lb. pumpkin, cut up
  • 1/2 lb. cho cho, cut up
  • 1 lb. yellow yam, cut up
  • 1 sprig thyme
  • 2 stalks escallion
  • 1 tablespoon salt

Boil soup bones in 2 qts. water (about 30 minutes in pressure cooker).

  1. Cut up vegetables, yam and cho cho and add with seasonings to soup.
  2. Dumplings may be added if desired.
  3. Once it starts to boil, simmer uncovered until yam is cooked and soup is of a medium consistency.
  4. Serves 6


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Boil soup bones in 2 qts. water (about 30 minutes in pressure cooker).

  1. Cut up vegetables, yam and cho cho and add with seasonings to soup.
  2. Dumplings may be added if desired.
  3. Once it starts to boil, simmer uncovered until yam is cooked and soup is of a medium consistency.
  4. Serves 6
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Quote caymanian Replybullet Posted: 24†Feb†2009 at 10:43pm
its discouraging to post anything you cant read it. thats why i don't post here things anymore, i have been looking at another place to store my recipe. So i can read it when i need it.
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