There are an abundance of local fish caught each day. Fish is sometimes grilled after being soaked in limejuice, garlic, salt and black pepper, other seasonings usually go into the same, served with the fish giving it an extremely flavourful taste conch pronounced (konk) is used in various different creative ways cooked or uncooked, in salads, stews soups fritters, chowder, curried or marinated! The sampling of this unusual Caribbean island cuisine in various establishment over a period of time gives you quite an awareness of the different subtle variations in feature and creation. There are also regional differences in foods, on days that red meat is not eaten dry fish cakes in soups is more like a delicacy. In the central and western areas there are over twenty variations in the ways that tamales can be enjoyed made from steamed cornmeal, with meats, vegetables, beans and chilies. In the more western Olanchano pork ribs and corn, with a excellent variation of soups with beef and plantain and cassava. Pork roast stuffed with spicy corn-dough and roasted on a slow fire is a tasty cuisine that will not be easy to be forgotten.
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