Thursday, December 23, 2010

Special Antigua and Barbuda Food

Antigua and Barbuda Food

Antigua and Barbuda Food, Fungie is the Antigua and Barbuda’s national dish, along with pepper pot.

Antigua and Barbuda Food
Antigua and Barbuda Food


Antigua and Barbuda Food
Antigua and Barbuda Food


Antigua and Barbuda Food
Antigua and Barbuda Food


Antigua and Barbuda Food
Antigua and Barbuda Food, Antiguan Pepperpot
Fungee


Antigua and Barbuda has long imported most of its food, so it is not surprising that the food eaten by Antiguans and Barbudans consists of creole dishes or specialties that reflect the cuisine of the parent cultures. It is an import from the United States and Canada that has been imported since before the revolt of the American colonies. The salted cod used in making the national breakfast is not a local fish. Among the more established creole specialties of Antigua and Barbuda are rice pudding, salt fish and antrobers (eggplant; the national breakfast), bull foot soup, souse, maw, goat water, cockle (clam) water, conch water, and Dukuna. In recent years, there has been a strong invasion of American fast-food chains, such as Kentucky Fried Chicken.

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