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This looks really tasty. I went to Jamaica for the first time this January and I really enjoyed their cuisine as well so I understand you for trying to make it with whatever you could find. : D Glad that it turned out well, despite some ingredients being impossible to find.


I'm really curious what boiled green bananas would taste like... but if you ask a grocery store when the bananas come in- who knows, maybe you can score a perfectly green banana!


Looks good- I'm used to run-down being more red but that's probably because a lot of people use canned mackerel in tomato sauce. The one thing about Jamaican food is that you can mix & match just about anything. It's all about what you have on hand.
Your rice & peas looks very yummy!

I guess I shouldn't be surprised that it's hard to find things like green bananas. I've heard that even oatmeal is hard to find.

If you haven't guessed it yet... I am from Jamaica.
I actually found your blog when I was comparing recipes for pepper shrimp.
(I studied Japanese when I was in Jamaica but I haven't made my way to Japan yet.)


I'm not familiar with Jamaican food at all but what you've created there looks delicious. I'm going to make notes and try it. Thanks for sharing!

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Wow this looks absolutely good and probably taste delicious. I can’t wait to try this at home.

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