Daily Archives: 06/16/2012

How to make Pepperpot – Guyanese style – 2 videos

How to make Pepperpot – Guyanese style

Guyanese Pepperpot is an Amerindian derived dish popular in Guyana. It is traditionally served at Christmas and other special events; it is also Guyana’s national dish.

Pepperpot is a stewed meat dish, strongly flavored with cinnamon, hot peppers, and Cassareep, a special sauce made from the Cassava root. Beef, pork, and mutton are the most popular meats used, though some have been known to use chicken.   Like the original Amerindian version. It is usually made in a large pot and can be reheated and eaten over several days because the Cassareep starts preserving the meat.  [more on Wikipedia]    See two videos below:

Traditional Caribbean garlic pork

Traditional Caribbean garlic pork

How to make traditional Caribbean garlic pork as it’s done in Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. This spicy pork recipe is heavily influenced by the Portuguese who settled in the Caribbean and it’s become a very popular dish around the Christmas holidays. A tasty breakfast treat on Christmas morning in Guyana, it’s also accompanied by pepper sauce in Trinidad and Tobago. Here’s the recipe for garlic pork in a video:

How To Make Garlic Pork As Done In Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago

NEW Urgent Warning to All Cell Phone Users

NEW Urgent Warning to All Cell Phone Users

June 16 2012   By Dr. Mercola

If you think the jury’s still out on whether cell phones can be dangerous to your health, then you might want to take the time to listen to this video. Dr. Devra Davis, author of the book, “The Secret History of the War on Cancer,” has been researching the safety hazards of radiation emanating from your cell phone.

Like many people, Dr. Davis just didn’t believe the possibility of cell phones being dangerous―until she studied it. And now, with the toxicological and epidemiological evidence to back up her claims, she’s trying to get the word out that cell phone radiation is not only dangerous, but can be downright lethal.

In her lecture, Dr. Davis explains how the biological impact of your cell phone is not related to its power, which is quite weak, but rather to the erratic nature of its signal and its ability to disrupt resonance and interfere with DNA repair. This is now believed to be the most plausible theory for understanding the wide array of health impacts discovered, which includes cancer…  Continue reading

The Song of Guyana’s Children

The Song of Guyana’s Children

Honouring all sons and daughters of Guyana, and their achievements, on Independence Day: May 26.  Vocal/Guitar: Maureen Marks-Mendonca, Music and Lyrics by W Hawley Bryant. Filmed by R.A.M.

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