Roti is one of the popular foods served in Trinidad and Tobago. Other popular foods include doubles, curried crab with dumplings, and gyros.
hat are some African foods in trinidad aand tobago
they brought things like croissants and pastries to Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and tobago
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern - 2006 Trinidad and Tobago 1-7 was released on: USA: 9 July 2007
kc from qrc was here !
pastell, arapas,gazpacho......that all i got and am in form 1 and my name is kevin smith and i go presentation collage :D
Trinidad is one of two islands that make up the nation Trinidad. Many people in Trinidad enjoy Spanish foods such as quesadillas, burritos, tacos, arepas and pastelles.
Some of the most popular foods in Belize are caldo, relleno, and tamales. Caldo are tortillas cooked on comal, and relleno is typically a dish served with jalapenos.
People eat the same foods as in Trinidad. Curry goat, chicken, crab and a wide variety of vegetables and seafood. Roti, oxtails, peas and rice, dumplins etc
foods that the british brought to trinidad are: crumpets, fish and chips, chicken and chips, salmon, burgers and sandwiches
fish and chips
Every Super Bowl party is different. However, the most popular items that tend to be served are:Chicken wingsBeerPizzaSubsNachosChips and DipChili
Foods that are popular among Christians are every kind of food. For example, Chinese Christians would like most of the food served in China. Russian Christians would like most of the food served in Russia. Only on certain religious holidays are certain dietary laws are followed.
I believe the official national dish is moules frites. Which is steamed mussels in a broth served with fries.
Frog, chicken goat, etc.
Some foods can be considered recreational. Examples would be snack foods, appetizers, foods served at a party, foods served at a picnic, grilling, or otherwise eating outdoors.
Goat cheese often used in appetizers. Gelatin is also popular and served in shaped molds.
5 spanish foods in spanish are ,sloka , dilh, hera, ole and platas
Foods served in school cafeterias in the 1950s were low cost. This may include instant foods such as potatoes or pasta. Spoiled foods may have also been served because it would cost too much to buy more.
because the pilgrams settle in the usa and celebrated thanksgiving and one of the foods served was turky and so it became a tradition