July 2020 - The Trinbago Street & Finger Food Box


WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

Green Seasoning for Fish & Seafood


A marinade of various herbs including Spanish thyme, French thyme, lime juice,chive, celery, cilantro, garlic and pimento (seasoning) peppers. Use to marinate or "season" any type of fish or seafood. This will surely add that authentic Trinbagonian flavor to your fried shark or fish popularly eaten with fried bake. The popular bake & shark is a must try!

Trinbago Style Peanuts



Peanuts are another popular street food. Usually sold in small brown paper bags and in two varieties - "salt" (salted) or "fresh" (unsalted).

Bara Mix


Doubles - tasty channa (chickpeas) between two deliciously spiced fried pieces of bread called bara. Top with pepper sauce, kuchela or a variety of chutneys like tamarind chutney or cucumber chutney. Yet another famous street food!

Pholourie Mix


A fried split pea dough. Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Pairs well with tamarind or mango chutneys.

Tamarind Chutney


Made with tamarind pulp, hot peppers, spices & garlic.Popular condiment for a variety of street foods including bake & shark, pholourie and doubles.

Also known as Irish Moss, it is a type of sea weed used to make a popular drink in the Caribbean known as Sea Moss. It is made by blending with condensed milk, essence, spices and Angostura Bitters and served with ice.

Dried Seasoning for Fish


A dry blend of chilies, celery powder, garlic powder, herbs, onion powder, black pepper and salt. Add to fish and seafood while marinating. Can also be added while cooking for added flavor.

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OUR MISSION

Our goal is to bring a little piece of home to our customers. Essentially what we are really offering is a way for those in the diaspora to stay connected to culture. We are bringing that taste of home to your doorstep, through food and in extension the memories and feelings that these foods evoke.


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