The island of Reunion in indian ocean is the best place for eat the traditional creole cuisine, because is a mixture of influences both the Malagasy or French creole food. Read more here about creole cuisine.
Creole cuisine. The Creole cuisine is the result of a mixture influences from the dishes of Malagasy, French and Indian. The African and Chinese food brought in reunion island by successive immigrants. Its naturally spicy and rather invigorating. The creole … Continue reading
When you are in Jamaica do visit these sidewalk barbecue stalls and savor the Jamaican Jerk dishes and other Jamaican specialties like Ackee and salt fish, curry goat, Mackrel Rundown etc. These Jamaican stalls prepare Jerk food in the same … Continue reading
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Curry leaf The Curry leaf (kaloupilé or caloupilé) is a tree of 5 to 10 meters high with a trunk and branches of great finesse imported by the Indian committed after the abolition of slavery in the island of Reunion. … Continue reading
Rum ? Rum is an eau-de-vie produced from sugar cane or by-products of the sugar industry. It is consumed white or aged in barrels (rum). It takes an amber color lighter or darker. Depending on the feedstock used, it can … Continue reading
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Brown sugar Brown sugar is now the name for the cassonade. These fine crystals of sugar mainly from sugar cane juice. (There are also brown sugar from sugar beets, called “brown sugar” and traditionally consumed in northern France and Belgium.) … Continue reading
Sugar cane The term sugar cane refers to a set of plant species of the family Poaceae and the genus Saccharum. They are grown for their stems, which is extracted from sugar. With an annual production exceeds 1.7 billion tons, … Continue reading