Afro-Caribbean food is another variation of African food collections.
Africans in diaspora, either from, or living in the Caribbean islands are often referred to as Afro-Caribbeans.
Majority are off course from Jamaica, but the other blacks from Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, St Lucia, St Vincent, Grenadines, Belize, Antigua, and other smaller countries and territories in the West Indies are also referred to as Afro-Caribbeans.
These Africans, like their African-American counterpart, brought with them the cultures and cooking style from Africa.
Today, most Afro-Caribbean food (s) are composed mainly of yam, cassava, green banana or plantain, sweet potatoes, cocoyam, bread, coconut, lentil, rice, fish, meat, and a blend of British recipe.
From these ingredients come typical Caribbean dishes like Curry goat, patty and cocoa bread, pumpkin soup, corn porridge, callollo, from turnip or collard greens, Ackee, yam rissoles.
We shall be bringing you updates on Afro- Caribbean foods from time to time.