If you the know anything of the history of Jamaica, you'll remember that salt fish was a key ingredient in our fore-parents diet back in the days on the plantation.
In fact, much later, it was still considered 'poor people's food'.
But the ingenuity and creativity in us brought salt fish (cod fish), not only to be a key element in our national dish, but now enjoyed in many culinary delights, including yes, Salt Fish Fritters, (aka Stamp & Go)!
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It's now a popular and much adored item in our heritage and increasingly enjoyed the world over!
And can I tell you (no intent to offend) but my late Aunt Estell, who came back from England, does this best - and always on timely!
You'll never pay her a visit and don't get a hot, fat, crispy one!
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A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
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