Tag Archives: Caribbean food

Curry Goat

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Curry Goat

Curry goat is one of my all time favourite dishes and what differentiates a Caribbean curry goat to any other, is the use of scotch bonnet peppers. This amazingly hot pepper has a great distinctive flavour, which delivers a deliciously fruity note. However, the pepper must be treated with respect. Continue reading

Nan’s Jerk Pork Ribs

My nan's jerk ribs

Back in London and I’m missing my nan’s cooking and her too of course. I’d mentioned in my last post that she’d cooked one of my favourites ‘jerk pork ribs’. She always does whenever I’m there and I love her even more for that. Continue reading

Jamaican Oxtail and Butter Bean Stew

Jamaican Oxtail and Butter Bean Stew

I tend to go in to a state of denial this time of year thinking I’ve got loads of time to get things sorted, when I clearly haven’t. Year on year I’m almost always frantically running around buying presents at the very last minute or deciding where to actually spend it (I’m still not sure, but it’ll most likely be at my nan’s in Bristol). I do like to get my festive on and love Continue reading

Caribbean Mutton Soup

Mutton Soup

Nothing beats a big bowl of hearty, warming soup. In the Caribbean soup is traditionally served on Saturday’s (Saturday Soup). So, as I happen to be in the mood for it today, here’s my version of a Jamaican classic – mutton soup. Continue reading

My local: Brixton Village and a Caribbean Steamed Fish recipe

Brixton Village

There’s been a lot of hype and buzz recently about the changing face of Brixton’s market arcades, with most being about Brixton Village (previously known as Granville Arcade). Jay Rayner from the Observer has written a couple of glowing articles on the new restaurants in it, with the result being an influx of those from all over London coming to check it out. Which is great in some ways for the area and a food obsessive such as myself. Continue reading