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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Usually during Independence Month (November) Barbadians tend to eat more of their locally prepared dishes and treats, to help commemorate their unique heritage. Some of these treats, delicacies that will be on the Independence table for breakfast: Fishcakes Made from a combination of salt (cod) fish, spices, seasoning and flour, these fried delights can
Usually during Independence Month (November) Barbadians tend to eat more of their locally prepared dishes and treats, to help commemorate their unique heritage. Here are some of these treats: Conkies The #1 Bajan delicacy around the Independence period. Conkies are made with different ground provisions along with sugar and spices and steamed over the stove