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  1. chennette
    February 13, 2008 • 11:47 pm

    Just discovered your blog – love what you’re doing. And of course the Trini dictionary!

  2. Padilla
    February 16, 2008 • 1:26 pm

    I thank you for your comment. Come back soon I have lots more local recipes to come.

  3. Nikki
    March 31, 2008 • 5:17 pm

    Hello,
    I love this site you have, I have marked it under my favorites.
    My boyfriend is from Trinidad and has been craving saltfish and provision for a while now. I have made other trini dishes, today I am going to attempt to use your recipe.
    Thanks so much!
    Nikki

  4. Nikki
    April 1, 2008 • 9:07 pm

    Hello,
    Just wanted to let you know how everything went! He LOVED the saltfish and was amazed I made it so good, the first time around.
    Thanks again for your recipe, I will be using it all the time.
    Would love to try more of your recipes.
    Nikki

  5. Padilla
    April 3, 2008 • 3:18 pm

    Nikki, you make me smile. I am glad to be of some help. hope you visit again.:)

  6. Dr PJ Totesau
    April 3, 2008 • 8:38 pm

    I love this site. it brings back so many memories when i was a teen in Trini. I want to go live in the bush rite now because of this site. Great recipes too. All da best…

  7. Chedee
    October 2, 2008 • 4:24 am

    Hi I truly ador ethis site, Can you please try to help me with two treats, the famous spponge cake like tanty use to make and the trini chinese chicken, the one with the five spice and oyster sauce. Keep up the inspiring site

    THANK YOU,

  8. simplytrinicooking.com
    October 2, 2008 • 7:41 pm

    Thank you Chedee for your comment I will see what I could do about the sponge cake and chinese style chicken but keep in mind I have a long list of other recipes to post.

  9. Oceanblue01
    September 8, 2009 • 9:16 pm

    Not everyone can make fry bake and I am one of them. I am studying in Brasil and I was just dying for some fry bake. I called my mother to get the recipe from her but she forgot to email it to me. So I risked a search on google and was overjoyed to find this. I love the way you presented everything. I just came back from the grocery with my ingredients, so that is my diner right there. My brasilian friends find it funny that we eat saltfish throughout the year. Here they eat it mainly as a Christmas dish. Also saltfish is really expensive here, so they see it as some kind of luxury to eat saltfish. I dont know how the prices are in trini though.

    Thanks again

  10. Felix
    September 8, 2009 • 11:55 pm

    Actually It’s not that expensive here in Trinidad. And being a true Trini I always have a pack or two :-) Thanks for writing.

  11. sassymatts
    February 3, 2010 • 12:47 pm

    What about adding ocro to the mix, I have seen this being done before!

  12. Felix
    February 3, 2010 • 8:22 pm

    @sassymatts You can if you want to. This dish is very versatile.

  13. Nicole
    June 3, 2012 • 8:54 pm

    Luuuuuuvs this! Thank u!!!!

  14. Jess
    August 10, 2014 • 9:42 am

    Just tried this recipe for the first time. Thank you I got many accolades!


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