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    What's for Dinner Folks?

    Being that most of us are from the caribbean, I am curious as to whether we stick with tradition or not. What is on your menu for tonight? What's for dinner?

    Myself, I just finish preparing and about to enjoy some split peas soup with yam, coco, dasheen, carrots and some saltfish. No other meat in my pot.

    Let me know what you all are doing on the saturday night for dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Playzure
    Being that most of us are from the caribbean, I am curious as to whether we stick with tradition or not. What is on your menu for tonight? What's for dinner?

    Myself, I just finish preparing and about to enjoy some split peas soup with yam, coco, dasheen, carrots and some saltfish. No other meat in my pot.

    Let me know what you all are doing on the saturday night for dinner.

    I was supposed to go out tonight for dinner, changed my mind. Bread and butter, and hot chocolate. That's my dinner right now.

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    Grilled salmon and broccoli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caribsun
    I was supposed to go out tonight for dinner, changed my mind. Bread and butter, and hot chocolate. That's my dinner right now.
    I feel for you. Would share mi soup but you deh sooooo far. Bread and butter nuh bad still. Reminds me of the good old days. Quarter bread and butter with sugar and water. A likkle lime if you lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STARGYUL
    Grilled salmon and broccoli
    In trinidad, what is the usual meal for a saturday? I know there are exceptions to everything but in general what would people eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Playzure
    In trinidad, what is the usual meal for a saturday? I know there are exceptions to everything but in general what would people eat?
    I know that in my home Saturdays is usually soup day or provisions, dumpling and saltfish.

    But today, since we doing the annual Christmas cleaning and painting, Mr Chin (chinese) cooked for us and even bought it over to our house on his bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Playzure
    In trinidad, what is the usual meal for a saturday? I know there are exceptions to everything but in general what would people eat?
    I never lived a grown up day of my life in Trini...but when mommy was alive...
    it would be something light...nothing big because she would spend all Sunday mornin cookin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Playzure
    I feel for you. Would share mi soup but you deh sooooo far. Bread and butter nuh bad still. Reminds me of the good old days. Quarter bread and butter with sugar and water. A likkle lime if you lucky.
    I know you would...

    I'm being lazy right now. I usually make a big dinner on Sundays. The bread and butter with Milo reminds me of when I was a kid and needed a likkle snack. Give me a heads up when you make the soup again.

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    i just had what had to be the wettest pelau ever.
    my neighbor made it and send some over for us.
    but like she didnt wait for the rice tuh dry out.

    and i swallow it, yes. who cooking? nah me.
    *shines shoes for fete*

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