Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of African, Cajun, European, Latin American, Indian/South Asian, Middle Eastern, Chinese. These traditions were brought from many different countries. In addition, the population has created styles. Ingredients that are common in most islands' dishes are rice, beans, culantro, bell peppers, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and any of various meats that are locally available like beef, pork or fish. A characteristic seasoning for the region is a green herb-and-oil-based marinade which imparts a flavor profile, quintessentially Caribbean in character. Ingredients may include garlic, scotch bonnet peppers, green onions, herbs like culantro, mexican mint, marjoram, rosemary and thyme; this green seasoning is used for a variety of dishes like curries and roasted meats. Traditional dishes are so important to regional culture that, for example, the local version of Caribbean goat stew has been chosen as the official national dish of Montserrat and is one of the signature dishes of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Another popular dish in the Anglophone Caribbean pelau. Ackee and saltfish is another popular dish, unique to Jamaica. Callaloo is a dish containing leafy vegetables such as spinach and sometimes okra amongst others distributed in the Caribbean, with a distinctively mixed African and indigenous character; the variety of dessert dishes in the area reflects the mixed origins of the recipes. In some areas, black cake, a derivative of English Christmas pudding, may be served on special occasions. Over time, food from the Caribbean has evolved into a narrative technique through which their culture has been accentuated and promoted. However, by studying Caribbean culture through a literary lens there runs the risk of generalizing exoticist ideas about food practices from the tropical; some food theorists argue that this depiction of Caribbean food in various forms of media contributes to the inaccurate conceptions revolving around their culinary practices, which are much more grounded in unpleasant historical events.
Therefore, it can be argued that the connection between the idea of the Caribbean being the ultimate paradise and Caribbean food being exotic is based on inaccurate information. Floribbean cuisine Ground provisions List of cuisines Street food
Doris Esmid Patiño Marín is a Colombian taekwondo practitioner. She won a silver medal for the 57 kg class at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, losing out to Mexico's Irma Contreras, she followed that up with a bronze medal four years at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Patino qualified for the women's 57 kg class at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, after placing third from the Pan American Qualification Tournament in Cali, Colombia, she lost the first preliminary round match to Italy's Veronica Calabrese, able to score two points at the end of the game. Doris Patiño at TaekwondoData.com NBC Olympics Profile
Brand-new idol Society 2 is the fourth album by Japanese idol group BiS released through the independent label Tsubasa Records on November 16, 2016. The album is the first physical release by the group after their reformation in 2016, features a brand-new lineup of members; the album consists of re-recorded versions of tracks from the group's independent label days, together with five new songs. An early version of the song "BiSBiS" featuring only Pour Lui was released as a free download on July 8, 2016, the day the group's reformation was announced; the album version of the track has been re-recorded with the new members. All of the album's tracks were released on Soundcloud prior to the album's release, with the exception of "CHANGE the WORLD", released as a music video on YouTube. BiS Pour Lui – vocals.