Cou-cou served with flying fish, is the national dish of Barbados. The fish can be steamed, fried, or grilled. The cou-cou is made from cornmeal and okra seasoned with salt and pepper. Here’s how it is prepared: 8oz cornmeal 3oz okras 1 medium onion (chopped) 3 tbsp butter water salt to taste In a bowl, combine the cornmeal with sufficient […]
Eat Fish To Keep Going
Couples who eat more fish and seafood tend to have sex more often and may find it easier to conceive a child, reports an American study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. The studies noted that both men and women who are eager to have a baby should increase the amount of fish and seafood in their diet. […]
Steam Fish — Jamaican Style!
It is said that if you haven’t eaten Jamaican steam fish, you haven’t had steam fish at all — “nobody does it better.” Steam fish and crackers are a favorite at any eating joint in Jamaica and also popular among Jamaican householders. Here is how the people at Gracefood.com make it: Ingredients: 2 cup(s) fish stock 1 cup(s) Irish potato, […]