Escoveitch Fish


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Walkerswood Caribbean Kitchen

Walkerswood Caribbean Kitchen

By Virginia Burke

Published 2001

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This tangy, pickled fish dish tends to fail into three categories – breakfast, lunch or cocktail snacks – and it will be eaten hot, cold or at room temperature at any of these times. It keeps very well unrefrigerated and is quite often taken on journeys, including overseas. Customs officers in London, New York, Miami and Toronto are quite familiar with this foil-wrapped gift for family away from home! (Escoveitch.)