Jamaica was settled by the Arawak Indians over 2500 years ago from South America. They used techniques such drying the meat in the sun or over a slow fire. This was very important because the meat needed to be able to be taken on long journeys. The…

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Personally I have a huge liking towards spicy foods and curry is defiantly one of those foods. While curry probably originated from India, it was used in England in 1700 BC Mesopotamia. It was used in the early 1300 and probably even earlier than t…

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Fettuccine Alfredo has been my favorite pasta since I was very young, this dish is very simple to make but can also be spiced up just as easily, due to the many variations and openness to personal preference This pasta originated in Italy, and was …

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I was first introduce to a dish named “Pho” last summer when I made a new friend named Vanessa, who is Cambodian but occasionally makes Pho. This national dish is derived from Vietnam. The history of pho is originated from the migration of the Viet…

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One of my favorite things to eat from Mexican Cuisine is a soup called Pozole, it’s a soup that consists of “hominy” which is what pozole means. The ingreadients consist of meat (usually pork), chile peppers, and seasoning. This dish is frequently …

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One of my favorite foods to eat when I first arrive to the Dominican Republic is usually made by my grandpa and it’s Fried Plantains, Salami, and Cheese that you fry. It’s pretty greasy but it tastes great with fresh mango juice and something sligh…

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Hello bloggers, I'm Karlis Arroyo a current student at Grant Community High School. Some things that I enjoy are reading, drawing/painting, overall creating, listening to music, learning about history and culture, sleeping, traveling and baking. Im…

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