Dis is What We Do: Independence in Barbados
Monday, 28 November 2016 by Lasonta
In the Caribbean, one of the most significant days in each island’s history is the day of independence – the day they were officially free from outside rule and could govern their own affairs. Each country does something different to celebrate their Independence Day, and that is largely down to the culture of each island.
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What’s on the Independence Table for Lunch, Dinner and Dessert?
Friday, 18 November 2016 by Lasonta
These delicious delicacies are just a snippet of the delicious cuisine served across the island on Independence Day. Try one of them today! Cou Cou and Flying Fish This is the national dish of Barbados. Cou Cou is made with cornmeal and okra and served with flying fish and gravy. Mauby This is perfect
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