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Running out of ideas, or you just never seen or thought some things could be used to create a meal? Well, on this page, you will be presented with some foods and spices from around the world; you can use them to make your own dish or put your own spin on some of the traditional dishes already made from these foods. Before you know it, you will become a professional cook!👏

International Dishes



Green bananas

Salted Mackerels

Baby Octopus

Popular Game Animals Consumed Both Domestically and Internationally

The hare and rabbit are among some of the most widely-eaten games. 

Young Hare 

Usually roasted, but how about jerk or brown-stewed.

Older Hare 

It is made into pâtés and pies, potted/meatloaf, jugged, and casseroled.

Using ginger, garlic, pimento wine, with other spices to prepare an overnight marinate can help to break the muscle fibers and tenderize the meat. However, how can you switch the usual ways of preparing it?


It is frequently stuffed with bread and herbs before baking, potted with layers of bacon or ham, and stewed with vegetables. What about doing a switch, like trying curried or jerked rabbit?

Flax Seed Coated Fried Ripe Plantains

Spicy sauteed cabbage with Akra, fresh ginger, tomatoes, garlic, onions, turmeric,
chili, in extra virgin olive oil

Green Bananas salad


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