Escovitch fish is a traditional Jamaican dish usually made with crispy red snapper fish, but you may choose any fish you like. The dish is traditionally served with fried bammy (traditional Jamaican cassava flatbread) or festival (Jamaican deep-fried bread). Rice works beautifully as well.
They are virtually a must at every fair and are a delight for young and old alike: caramelised almonds. But what to do when there’s currently neither fair nor market nearby? Just make them at home! It’s really quite simple – we’ll show you how.
This refreshing, thirst-quenching and nutritious cold soup is a great dish to keep our bodies hydrated and increase our herbal intake. The avocado is rich in good fats, but also in vitamins and minerals, while basil can help to relieve cramps.
Not cold coffee! As the name suggests, coffee is brewed cold when it comes to cold brew. This makes it taste much less bitter in the end than if you were to brew it warm and then let it cool down. Cold brew concentrate is also very easy to prepare. It is best to fill it into a bottle afterwards and store it in the fridge. And as soon as you feel like it: just add water or (plant-based) milk, a few ice cubes and enjoy.