Allspice is not a universal blend of multiple spices, regardless of what its name implies. It’s a berry of Jamaican extraction that hints profoundly of a number of other spices. Learn all about allspice.
Cranberry Jezebel Sauce is a must have recipe for Thanksgiving, but it is great any time of the year. There is something truly magical about this sweet, tangy, and spicy sauce that is especially good on meats, poultry, or on top of cream cheese for an appetizer.
Apple Raisin Bars need to be on your go-to recipe list year-round.The combination of apples and raisins make these lightly-spiced bars delightfully moist. The streusel topping is the icing on the cake, so to speak.
If you love Jamaican jerk pork, try this version with the tantalizing addition of raspberries. Enjoy all those delicious spices as in the traditional jerk sauce, along with the requisite Scotch bonnet peppers and add a hint of sweetness of raspberries. It’s pure awesome sauce!
Spiced Triple Chocolate Cake is slightly reminiscent of gingerbread, but with a deep chocolate flavor. It begins with a cake mix to which chocolate pudding is added resulting in a rich, luscious cake. Top it with a simple sweet glaze, and you’ll be drooling like a baby after one bite.
Chiles and allspice give a punch of flavor to this creamy, spicy pumpkin bisque. The soup gets a jump-start from canned pumpkin, but feel free to use freshly-cooked and pureed pumpkin.
You can’t get find a more authentic street food in the Caribbean than Jamaican Beef Patties. All of the islands have some version of these spicy meat hand pies, and they are now quite popular in the U.S. as well.
Tender, juicy Cranberry Dijon Pork Roast is the perfect fall main dish for the family. Cranberries and Dijon mustard pair beautifully with the mild flavor of pork, and the crockpot does most of the work for you. Canned cranberry sauce is used, so you should have no problem making it year-round.