Jan 07, 2007 |
12 Comments | Print This
| | Email This
A true inter-generational feast. My aunt’s sweet corn casserole, my mother’s callaloo, and my sorrel rum punch. All together on the same stage
Passionate foodie, founder of Trinigourmet and Caribbean Lifestyle Maven. Author of "Glam By Request: 30+ Easy Caribbean Recipes"
You are here: Home //
menu plans, vegetarian //
Corn, Callaloo and Sorrell
Where the recipe for the corn casserole girl! You kow how long I want to make that!
marsha – comin’ soon gyul hol’ strain
Is rum kosher? What makes alcohol kosher? Or, what would make it noto kosher?
lilandra – good question! alcohol is certified kosher when prepared under rabbinical supervision to make sure that no treif or harram(sp) ingredients and/or combinations enter the finished product. We don’t have rabbinical supervision but i’m not too worried about angostura grinding pig lard into the vats… if you hear something though let me know
there are many different philosophical/theoretical schools of judaism and some take kashrut (the laws of kosherness) as also having an ethical dimension. So in that case alcohol that may legally be kosher, may not ethically be kosher depending on the human conditions it was created under, or if the person is an alcoholic or already drunk. what not what not.
Ah! I thought you meant ethical by say if child/slave labour was producing it.
So, if you were in a place with certified alcohol, would you then have the certified one? Or would you drink any?
Lilandra – yeah like child/slave labour… thats what i meant… if it was certified i would, if it wasn’t certified i would too.. but given the choice i would go with certified
Sam Sifton, Dining Editor of the NY Times calls Trinigourmet "an essential guide to Caribbean Cooking at home".
Which Alternative Pastelle Filling Should I Add To Trinigourmet?
© 2010-2014 TriniGourmet.com All Rights Reserved -- Copyright notice by Blog Copyright