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Occasions | One-pot meal

Jambalaya: Something to stew over

October 11, 2006

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Johnny Levins loves big flavors and rustic foods. No dish in his repertoire represents this better than jambalaya. It reminds the Nevis-born chef of his mother's pepper pot, a Caribbean one-pot meal in which vegetables, meats, and spices -- essentially whatever is on hand -- are cooked together, so the flavors meld. ``With Caribbean cooking, it's all about the spices," ... (Full article: 206 words)

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