It was certainly a fulfilling Easter. Everyone seemed to have had a lot of plans that included meeting with friends, families, or groups to have a fabulously enjoyable time. Easter Monday was no different. Today, I looked forward to eating a good Curry Q that was prepared by some women I knew could really cook up a storm.
A Scrumptious Curry Q
These women belonged to the Lluengo Village Committee that was holding their annual Village Sports Day. While I waited for my meal, the preschoolers were competing for some prizes on the race track. Earlier, they held the popular March Past competition. I wasn’t there on time to get a picture, but nevertheless, the food looked tasty, and it tasted delicious. By the way, for those of you who don’t know what is a Curry Q, I’ll explain.
You may be familiar with what a Barbecue is; a Curry-Q is just a little fund raiser where East Indian cuisine is sold (other than using a barbecue for social gatherings, it is also used as a fund raising tool here in Trinidad and Tobago.) Here are some photos of the scrumptious Curry Q for that day.
The following are the different dishes that made up the Curry-Q cuisine.
Dishes That Makes Up a Curry Q
Curry potato and channa (garbanzo beans)
and Buss up shut (paratha roti)