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Carrageenan - This Cancer-Causing Ingredient Probably Sits in Your Fridge

Attention all only-organic eaters: I’d like to have your attention in particular as you might have read this title and thought, “I bet whatever ingredient it is isn’t in  742 more words

Jamaica

Salt-Fish Fritters


Salt-fish fritters are great as a snack, meal or an accompaniment to something else. There are quite a few recipes floating around, this is the one we use in our house, more specifically, this is what I saw my mother do last week and just replicated. 115 more words

Jamaican

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How to Make Jamaican Saltfish fritters Jamaican Salt fish fritters are great as a snack, meal or an accompaniment to something else. There are quite a few recipes floating around, this is the one we use in our house, more specifically, this is what I saw my mother do last week and just replicated...

Ingredients

200g Salted Cod (soaked overnight) | 1 Bell Pepper | 1 Spring Onion | 1 Tomato | Black Pepper | All-Purpose Seasoning | 3 Eggs | 3 Tablespoons Flour

Soundtrack

The Harder They Come (Original Film Soundtrack) (Spotify)

  1. Tear the Jamaican Salt fish up removing any bones and dividing it into small pieces before draining it
  2. Dice the bell pepper and tomato mixing these with the chopped spring onion
  3. Add the Jamaican Salt-fish to the chopped vegetables.
  4. Add black pepper and seasoning to the mixture
  5. Thoroughly mix the eggs into the mixture before mixing in the flour
  6. Heat oil in a pan. When hot, fry spoonfuls of the mixture for 2-3 minutes, turning.
  7. Drain on kitchen paper.

Monday Wishlist: ZEROES by Margo Lanagan, Scott Westerfeld, and Deborah Biancotti

So excited to talk about this next book. I’m seriously starting to really wonder if the new burst of Marvel, DC (et al.) superheroes on the big screen is translating to more enthusiasm among readers and writers. 275 more words

A look at #divorce from @ThoughtCatalog

Hello everyone,

It’s been too long since my last post, and I’m going to try to be more consistent from now on. I’m going to talk about a lot more than books from now on though. 461 more words

Me

Monday Wishlist: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Monday Wishlist, which is absurd since there are plenty of shiny literary pretties I’m hoping to add to my collection this year! 291 more words

Easter Traditions

Easter for us means many different things.

It is a time of Lent and fasting… a time of fish, easter bun and cheese… and a time to rejoice and spend time with the family. 326 more words

Culinary

Denise N. Fyffe, Writer reblogged this on THE ISLAND JOURNAL and commented:

Fish, Jamaican Bun & Cheese Every Easter weekend (Good FridayEaster Monday), our family will usually eat only fried fish, Jamaican Easter bun and canned cheese. Although you can buy easter bun’s in the store, we love making our own Jamaican easter bun as well. Here is a great local recipe:

Jamaica50: Babylon Your Queendom is falling....

Since Big Ben struck midnight on New Year’s eve and the South Bank lit up large in anticipation of the Olympics on the East-side, it seems that… 1,183 more words

Words, Sound & Power

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Globally we have witnessed a reggaematic revolution and while the hedonism that is dancehall / bashment may have prevailed in recent times the Rastafari laid down a solid foundation based on equal rights and justice!