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Old 04-15-2010, 06:28 PM
 
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Penny - If itís not too much trouble I will take you up on the offer for the bajan pepper sauce recipe. No guarantees that my wife and I will be able to successfully recreate it but weíll try!

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Old 04-16-2010, 06:34 AM
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No problem, it's really not that hard. I'll dig it out this weekend and post it Monday. The main problem I have is finding good mango. Normally, what we get is picked way too early so even when it ripens it doesn't have real mango flavor.
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I haven't found my Anaheims or Pueblanos, but am going to keep looking.
No luck here either. I am using seeds for the Anaheims from peppers I bought last year at the store. They still haven't sprouted. Since the plants are not available locally (so far), I may have to order one via the internet. If you find any Poblanos, please save me a few seeds for next year.

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Old 04-18-2010, 12:03 AM
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I have eaten Jerk Chicken a few times. It is a little too spicy for my taste. And that is saying something since I like Tabasco sauce.

I would think the Scotch Bonnett and Habanero peppers are very similar and both very hot. They are probably used to make the Jerk seasoning.

For me, my favorite Jamaican dish is Oxtail. I do love their beef patties (turnovers)too.

I don't know what my favorite Mexican dish is, I like them all.

I do love Bahamian Conch fritters. Especially when they have some Cayenne Pepper (but not so much as to be as hot as Jerk Chicken).
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:18 AM
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As for desserts:

I did try a Key Lime Pie at the Blonde Giraffe in Key West. It was really good, but still a little pricey. I will have to try a Key Lime Pie at the Blue Haven as someone suggested.

I need to find that outdoor place in Cozumel someone mentioned, that had great coconut ice cream. I will be there next month (on Cinco de Mayo no less ).

Flan is also a good choice for a Mexican dessert. For those that don't know, it is a type of caramel custard. It also popular all over Latin American (and even elsewhere in recent years).
 
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