It’s hard to believe that I’ve been meaning to make this dish for almost a year now! I had intended to try it as soon as we got back from Jamaica, and then I decided to try it in the Summer, and BBQ the fish… and then I just forgot.
Our trip to Jamaica co-incided with J’s birthday last year, so I can pretend that I purposely held off posting this until his birthday this year… yeah, I totally meant to do that. So, Happy Birthday J! Where are we going to travel this year!?
Continue reading Jamaican Funk – Canadian Style – Escoveitch Fish (Jamaica Discoveries Pt. 3)
Time for another Jamaica Discovery!!
This time, we’re taking the more obvious route, and killing it with some JERK! Instead of the standard jerk chicken, we played with some nice white fish. Continue reading Jerk Fish, with Rice & Peas (Jamaica Discoveries Pt.2)
Time for some Jamaican breakfast!
Back from a much needed vacation, in a warm climate with a lovely beach and lots and lots of food. Maybe too much food.
We spent nearly a week in Montego Bay, Jamaica. My goal was to have some real Jamaican food, and that’s exactly what I did. Over the next little while, I’ll be showing some of the highlights, including at least one recipe attempt.
Today’s installment begins with Jamaica’s national dish, Ackee and Salt fish. This is a breakfast dish, to the surprise of many of my fellow travellers. We North Americans aren’t really known for having fish at breakfast. It was different, to be sure.
Continue reading Ackee and Salt Fish (Jamaica Discoveries Pt.1)