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Tag Archive | "jamaican soup"

Sancoche, Memories Of A Bush Cook.

Sancoche, Memories Of A Bush Cook.

Sancoche, is one of those soups we make in the Caribbean which can be identified by various other names from island to island.  Basically is a thick soup with everything but the kitchen sink in it. Loaded with ground provisions (yam, dasheen, cassava, eddoes, sweet potato.. etc), split peas, flour dumplings, coconut milk and some […]

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An Alluring Caribbean Chicken Soup.

An Alluring Caribbean Chicken Soup.

The first batch of this soup I made about a month ago and it was just enough for me as I never thought anyone else in the house would care for it. When everyone else in our house think “Chicken Soup” they think about this recipe “A Hearty Chicken Soup For The Soul.” So when […]

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Using Salted Cod As A Base For A Delectable Caribbean Soup.

Using Salted Cod As A Base For A Delectable Caribbean Soup.

Soup is a common Saturday meal throughout the islands that make up the Caribbean and it’s one of those one pot meals that truly brings family and friends together. When we first immigrated to Canada there were but a sprinkle of people with Caribbean heritage in Hamilton. My little group of friends included a fella […]

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A Hearty Chicken Soup For The Soul.

A Hearty Chicken Soup For The Soul.

Let’s be clear.. this is NOT your typical Caribbean style soup, but you’ll be amazed at how simple and tasty this is. Especially on those days when you’re drained or your suffering from the flu and your stomach can’t accommodate anything heavy. Kieana, our eldest daughter has been sick with flu like symptoms the past […]

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