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  • n. salt cod: Dried and salted cod.


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  • I interviewed Bre at NYC Resistor last month, after we went on a fruitless search for restaurants in Brooklyn that serve saltfish and ackee.

    Boing Boing

  • Or order the ackee and saltfish, served with festivals (fried bread) and callaloo ($16), or because it's the season, the curry lobster roll ($18).

    Taste of the Caribbean

  • Fully plump, after indulging in a complete Jamaican breakfast on the plane: ackee, saltfish, coco-bread and plantain chips something I would definitely not recommend before doing on-camera work at a lingerie show, I landed in Kingston ready to "dutty wiiine" it up--or at least relax and make a quick stop at the delectable Manley Airport veggie juice bar for a healthy detox.

    Chie Davis: Kingston Lingerie and Swimwear Fashion Show

  • New Year's Eve is my favorite because we are treated to saltfish (cod fish) and ackee with dumplings (fried biscuits) and yams (white) and boiled green bananas for breakfast.

    Trina Sargalski: Festive Sorrel Wine for the Holidays

  • Ira came by each evening with a van full of hungry tourists, and she filled their bellies with saltfish and pepperpot, balls of cornmeal.

    White People Problems (part 2)

  • Transparent windows are overlaid with iconised skylines of other ‘global cities’; the back wall of the cafeteria shouts the names of a global menu, from ackee & saltfish to sushi.

    September « 2008 « Squares of Wheat

  • The curried goat/rice and peas was delicious. the ackee & saltfish was very very good, and the daliy lunch special the curry vegeatble roti was amazing.

    Caribbean Spice Cart Distinguishes Itself With Coco Bread & Roti | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Eating saltfish and ackee stew with her sisters and her father during his lunch break.


  • Ras sent her to Kingston for two weeks to stay with his great-grandmother, who fed her ackee and saltfish until she began humming to herself as she walked the grounds of the property, stopping to smell the sandalwood bramble that lined her walkway.


  • God is a Jamaican mummie and there is always a seat for you at her table; always a cool glass of fresh mango carrot juice to welcome you, always a hot plate of stewed gungu and rice and peas; always a pot of ackee and saltfish, dumpling and green banana;

    feminist blogs in english » 2009 » February


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