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  1. Chennette
    December 25, 2009 • 3:21 am

    ah. I love paime. All things cornmeal :-)

  2. Felix
    December 25, 2009 • 4:18 am

    Well Chennette we could lime. Happy Holidays :-)

  3. caribbeanvegan.wordpress.com
    January 11, 2010 • 7:51 pm

    I was told that this is conkie but looking at how your mixture is it is not the same exact thing as in Barbados out mixture is very runny when we fill up the banana leaf.Anyways yours looks just like conkie with the glossy finish.I am going to make some sorrel. I still have a mauby post to do but mum gave me some dried sorrel so I will make some and sip it tonight
    Ah gone!
    lol

  4. falhiraki
    February 24, 2010 • 4:56 pm

    Hi, I really appreciate your site, I am a Trini living in Canada over 21yrs,I forgot how to make most of these recipes since I hardly cook trini foods….your recipes are a great refresher for me,can you please post a recipe for paynuse sooon!!!
    Thanks

  5. Felix
    February 24, 2010 • 10:01 pm

    OK I’ll see what I can do :-)

  6. Andrea Seepersad
    November 30, 2013 • 8:01 pm

    Boy, you making my mouth water :)

  7. Natalie Hamid- Persad
    November 30, 2013 • 8:54 pm

    Yummy!

  8. Mary A. Tang Yew
    November 30, 2013 • 9:07 pm

    i want

  9. Peppa Pat
    November 30, 2013 • 11:04 pm

    Yay!!!!!! mom made some for Thanksgiving, yummy :)

  10. Hazel Cummings
    November 30, 2013 • 11:07 pm

    Must try this recipe cause my grandmother used to make the bess.

  11. Melissa A Orr
    November 30, 2013 • 11:25 pm

    what can I use instead of the banana leaves?

  12. Cynthia Grant
    December 1, 2013 • 9:17 am

    LOVE PAIMEE!!!!!!!!

  13. Mitchie
    December 12, 2013 • 7:42 pm

    hi I have tried many your recipes and this paimee recipe looks very interesting but can I ask why do you use flour?

    • Felix
      December 14, 2013 • 9:30 am

      It’s used as a binder


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