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Buttermilk is best for this recipe, but feel free to substitute a combination of milk and plain yogurt, or milk alone. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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This delicious jam is perfect for spreading on toast and can also be used as the foundation for sweet-and-sour sauce or a glaze for roasted meats. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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A healthy alternative to soda, this sweet, carbonated drink is cold and refreshing. You can also use lemons in place of limes. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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You can use whole chickens or chicken thighs to prepare this recipe, but the thighs are quicker and easier. Serve this dish with festival, a sweet cornmeal bread from Jamaica. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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This dish is traditionally served with white rice and chutney, and tastes even better the day after its made. Try adding 1/2 cup of shredded coconut before serving for a twist. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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Each kind of squash has its own distinct flavor. But because the butternut is all its name promises -- buttery and nutty sweet -- it is perfect for making soup. It is the sweetness of the squash combined with the spicy heat of the chile that makes this soup so unusual and delicious.

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The ingredients and flavors in this dish can be adjusted to suit your own personal taste. Serve with vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).

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The Jamaican marinade, or jerk sauce, is traditionally used with pork and chicken. Although ingredients vary, jerk seasoning usually includes chiles, thyme, allspice, and cinnamon. Many supermarkets now carry premixed jerk seasoning in the spice section.

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