>> Thursday, 24 November 2016
While Jug is made and served as a staple on the Bajan Christmas table, it really was a dish that was put together at the end of the holiday season. There would be bits of ham left back as well as other roast meats and salt meat was always on hand. All the meats were minced together and cooked with onions, fresh herbs and minced hot pepper along with coarsely mashed cooked pigeon peas, a couple of okra(s) and gone guinea corn flour to hold everything together. It is rather tasty and very filling.