CARNIVAL TRIFLE

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METHOD: In small bowl, dissolve Jello completely with 1 cup boiling water. Add orange or mango juice. Cool. Pour into glass dish and allow to set till solid, 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Spread guava jelly over sponge layer and place over set Jello.Cover cake with diced fruit, using any combination of ...

 

GUAVA PUNCH

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METHOD: Combine first four ingredients and stir well. Chill. When ready  to serve pour into tumblers and garnish with orange slices. Serves 4.

 

CRANBERRY CHUTNEY

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Not your usual cranberry sauce! Try this relish with roasted beef or pork or along with crusty French bread and a soft cheese. METHOD: Wash and crush cranberries. Set aside. Grate the rind of the lemons and set aside. Juice the lemons. Remove the seeds from the juice and set aside. If using a fresh ...

 

RASPBERRY JAM

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METHOD: Prepare jam jars and lids by washing thoroughly with soapy warm water. In large heavy pot, combine raspberries and sugar. Bring to a steady boil and boil for about 15 minutes. Add pectin and cook for another minute. Remove from heat and cool till tepid. Fill jars and allow to cool completely ...

 

PINEAPPLE JAM

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METHOD: Prepare jam jars and lids by washing thoroughly and rinsing in warm water. Select ripe, firm pineapples. Remove tops and peel. Remove the “eyes” from the sides of the fruit.  Cut each pine into quarters and remove the core. Slice and crush by whirling small batches in blender ...

 

BOWDEN SEAFOOD SOUP

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Jamaicans love any kind of fish soup, which is often used to fortify late-night party-goers, or as an opener to the main meal at get-togethers. I had this version during an overnight stay at Bowden in the parish of St. Thomas in the eastern part of Jamaica. There had been a boat race from Kingston [ ...

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