PHOTO OF THE DAY: Pot ready to go

Photo by Lorretta Prevost

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38 Comments

  1. Dominican to de bone
    March 30, 2012

    This remindes me of my grandmother cooking.

  2. dominican abroad
    October 22, 2011

    Stop talking but them grambay women i know alot of you would like to have a ]granbay women, i am not from grandbay , but i heard they are wonderfull, so leave granbay alone , [dont mess with grandbay

  3. hmmm?
    March 31, 2011

    Show that we are developed (i.e., our education system, at least) by checking your sentence structure before you post. ‘a civilization world’?

  4. Always Concerned
    March 30, 2011

    Notten wrong wid boiling your food in your yard or on the road side. All I am suggesting is that we make an effort to eat healthier. We cannot eat pig snout and other salty foods forever. Sooner or later, it will catch up with us. The fish broth without a lot of salty stuff is fine with me. We can cook that on the road side any day.

  5. highgrade
    March 30, 2011

    sweet those were d good old days.dat looking good its just a pity i dont eat pork.n e ways thats gud food as a matter of fact just come out n cook a food n my fireside there and dat tasting irie.

  6. big mack
    March 30, 2011

    dammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!! ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww :oops:

  7. the next level
    March 30, 2011

    this is the next level of colonary art.

    • stupes
      March 30, 2011

      you mean colonialary art

      • Iye
        March 30, 2011

        culinary art

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      • bwadiab
        March 30, 2011

        I think you both mean “culinary”

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  8. Jrock
    March 30, 2011

    yes i nice pick,its part of our culture have nothing to do with being poor.We live abroad but every chance we get we get some sticks and do the same in the back yard and we have all the modern conveniences that life have to offer nothing beats the natural way.

  9. Piper
    March 30, 2011

    I have long come to the conclusion, and convnced even more now that one does not have to eat every part of a pig.

  10. jah
    March 30, 2011

    LOL

  11. Well Done
    March 30, 2011

    We really do have to educate people. What is wrong with the pic? How are you certain that the food is salty?
    You can count the amount of smoke meat in the pot. We advertise as an Eco-tourism destination… I know hundreds of people that will love to be by a river or up in the heights cooking a “jot” as we refer to it. Yes, I did say hundreds of people. This pic is in no way, shape or form GHETTO. Grow mentally people! Not everything is about 5 Star hotel,and six story buildings.

    • Jen!
      March 30, 2011

      I totally agree

      • JAILBIRD
        March 30, 2011

        i totally agree with you too…some of them that making those comments a sitting in other peoples countries have never seen a five star hotel all they do is wait to go and pick up their food stamp and welfare checks…they just jealous because their welfare check not enough for the to pay their passage and come down for some jot

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  12. LawieBawie
    March 30, 2011

    Boy look shagwhey!! I honestly wish that i could have some of that when its done.
    @ MOTS: Sorry pal, I live outside of Dominica and NEVER get tired of seeing good Dominican food.
    @ Shatta: I come from Salisbury and we cook like that there too. Best damn food that I have ever eaten. So I guess that we are poor too, but thats ok, you can keep your caviar and rack-of-lamb ’cause I would be very happy to have this pot in my back yard right now.
    @ negre marwon: Yes things are hard on the plantation but as you can see we are eating like kings. You contradict yourself too much!! You want us to live in the wild like you but yet you want us to cook on a stove even though you are always bawling down our “modern conveniences”.
    @ development: I guess that St Lucia, SVG, Grenada, St Kitts, and Antigua are so developed that people don’t camp out and if they do then they order KFC by sattelite phone and have it airlifted to the camp site by helicopter.

  13. development
    March 30, 2011

    Mann we are living in a civilization world, can you stop showing these pix; let us show the rest of the Caribbean, we are civilized nation to. Pleased by showing some development in the country, when you view St Lucia, SVG, Grenada, St Kitts, and Antigua what you will be seeing is development, if I want to see meat I’ll go to the supermarket…

    • boldaz
      March 30, 2011

      That is the biggest bit of tosh I have ever heard..that pic does not mean we do not have modern amenities…it only show (or reminds me of) the beauty of outdoor life in Dominica. Honestly are you trying to wind us up..u are being provocative right?

      • Domerican/PossieMassive
        March 30, 2011

        I guess “development” is like The Jeffersons (sitcom). He or she done moved on up to the East Side with a deluxe apartment in the sky.

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      • dominica abroad
        March 30, 2011

        i consider this culture. With the sky rocketing gas prices these days wish i could do that it my back yard, would definelty save a lot of $$$$$$$$ of gas.

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    • justice
      March 30, 2011

      Stop talk BS…we are unique we will remian unique..who doh like it lay down next to it and buy a stove……stups

    • Jokes
      April 28, 2011

      Learn proper grammar before you post anything about being civilized…

  14. negre marwon
    March 30, 2011

    Tings must be really hard down there on the plantation when all the pictures are about people
    cooking food by “bodash chemin’ on old pieces of wood in unsanitary conditions.This photo isn’t
    even roots like the way we do it in Morne au Diable. This is plain GHETTO
    And give Grand Bay a Break!!you all Haterz

  15. Always Concerned
    March 30, 2011

    DNO,

    You posting that pot of salty food there exactly under the article about high blood Pressure? Boy all you not easy nor.. Can you post a picture of a few bottles of Loubiere water under the pot of salty food? You going to need gallons of water after eating that… :lol: :lol:

    • magwe sah
      March 30, 2011

      f you notice it looks like local poor. That is not the salted imported pork. shaking my head. Look again, this time put your glasses.

      • Always Concerned
        March 30, 2011

        My pressure was up, and I sit on my glasses and break it. I know that food there had plenty salt because I was there. I taste it.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

        In any case, the number of deaths related to high blood pressure is a big concern, not just in DA but in black people all over. We should promote healthy eating as much as we can.

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  16. LMAO
    March 30, 2011

    Still LMAO.

  17. souskal
    March 30, 2011

    lol hahahaha @ shatta comment lol

  18. shatta
    March 30, 2011

    gel koshorw ki la , people of grandbay thats all they can afford to eat

    • worried dominican
      March 30, 2011

      whatever this grandbay woman did to you it has really messed you up my friend.

      • En Ba La
        March 30, 2011

        :lol: @ worried dominican – this is true shatta has something against Grand Bay lol
        :lol: Shatta give us some insight into why you think so poorly of Grand Bay

        Shatta you wills till get a redbeans, dummpling and pigsnout when you come to Grand Bay and and brandy or nanny or pweve to bring it down.

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      • shatta
        March 30, 2011

        lol i finnish wit grandbay my last coment but honestly i would love tasting the culture of grandbay by eating that pot

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    • Pichelin Man
      March 30, 2011

      You willleave us (grandbarians) alone. Atleast you cannot say we came to you asking for your steak.

    • cracker
      March 30, 2011

      ur a real a**…

  19. mouth of the south
    March 30, 2011

    enough of them food pix now eh,,, allu thinking dno bloggers hungry man,,,,, stupes,,,,,, jah man!!!!!!

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