Caribbean Carnival Foods – S. Roystone Neverson

The cuisine of the Caribbean is as mixed and varied as its population – African, Indian, British, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese, Middle Eastern and, of course the indigenous Amerindians.
The Caribbean has a rich variety of foods such as Buss up Shut, Roll it Chicken, Philourie, Flying Fish with Cou Cou, ackee and Salt fish, Jamaican Curry Goat, Guyana Metemgee and exotic drinks like Trini Peanut Punch which is glorified by some men, Ponche de Crème, and Mauby with rum and Angostura bitters.

You will listen to scintillating music while you eat, so, don’t forget to take back with you some CDs, and DVDs of Carnival music to remind you of the wonderful time you had in the Caribbean during Carnival, to keep you humming happily until you return for your next Caribbean Carnival. And whenever you yearn for the taste of carnival foods, a copy of Caribbean Carnival Foods will be on hand to provide you with the recipe of your choice.