PHOTO OF THE DAY: A feast in the making

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12 Comments

  1. dominican abroad
    October 5, 2011

    This is to all the dominican abroad who can make it come home and settle down and enjoy life dispite the negatives,.

  2. Diamond
    October 5, 2011

    that look like cabana

  3. Anonymous
    June 23, 2011

    It seem like you guys boiling a shuff Braden man.that is not how we do yampea wootty..that look like yampea fafemea…put somm real wood in di fire..an let the yampea cook properly. and i want lamoree wootty with mine…

    acomin….

  4. Piper
    June 23, 2011

    More food again?
    I going an’ take out a picture of a person exercising an’ sen’ it to the ADMIN.

    Alyuh too like food.

    Admin: please send the person exercising on a beautiful Dominican beach with a nice Dominican sunset and we will gladly post. Canadian beaches won’t work. lol

  5. dominican abroad
    June 23, 2011

    That was not a breadfruit that was green coconuts, look at it closely ,two big hole on two of them, those were coconut.

    • SIGH
      June 23, 2011

      No, you look closely… It’s breadfruit. Why would they put coconuts on the fire? SMH

    • Domnitjen
      June 23, 2011

      You call yourself Dominican and you do not know the difference between a breadfruit and a coconut?

    • lunar
      September 5, 2011

      are u serious….SMH…wat a shame. come back home and spend some time in your country. u need to learn the basics all over again

  6. Faith
    June 23, 2011

    Throw a little saltfish or smoke herring on that and you good to go….a tortor does go down too with fish and couple splash of bello pepper sauce :0 boy that have me well hungry there!

  7. June 23, 2011

    oh my mouth watering
    i miss my yampen i could eat one right now
    can’t wait to come home for some

  8. Domerican
    June 23, 2011

    Yes I! One of my favorite things in the world. I love me some roasted breadfruit lol. Will be getting my share when I come home this summer God willing.

  9. van
    June 23, 2011

    Precious moments

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