can anyone recommend some nice off-the-bone caribbean dishes (to buy, not make)?
nowt with fish in it.
great stuff, lads.
Dougy's takeaway's pretty legendary, boss.
Cow foot anyone? Ackee and saltfish - ugh
Don't mind curry goat / rice n peas I s'pose
like a few slices of hard banana for £1.50
Like spicy cornish pasties, only softer and less chunky
I can post it to you if you like or you can nip down and collect it?
Well, I had some. If you ever use it don't make anything whilst you're drunk, and follow the serving suggesting.
I tried making something ignoring both pieces of advices and put about 4 tablespoons of it into this curry thing I made. Was literally the hottest thing I've ever taste. Almost made me cry.
I've used it before but this particular jar has just gotten lost in the back of the cupboard
it's pretty much all on the bone. once i even found a bone in a patty.
It seems to usually consist of low quality meat with jerk seasoning dumped on top. Just have some fried plantain with your next microwave corned beef
Jamboula on Acre Lane is pretty decent too
Cant beat some plantain with a festival
you're up north
plenty in london pal
pop into Fish Wings n Tings in Brixton Village...utterly scrumpcious
That was pretty good
that wasn't home cooked. I think it's because most restaurants are cheapskates and seriously scrimp plus many of the authentic ingredients just aren't available here.
which she shared with me
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