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Belize people do not cook on Saturday. Belizeans love barbecue! The video below goes into great detail about the process even down to the charcoal used.

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The following video isn’t just a recipe video. This is an amazing video showing how Belizean’s really cook from scratch. We are talking about picking ingredients from the tree, etc. It’s about 32 minutes long, but you don’t want to miss it.

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Great recipe for Belizean Dukunu! You will find many road side vendors selling Dukunu in Belize. If you want to make it when you get home this is a great recipe. And another recipe.

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Good Friday in Belize! Belizeans love to share! They will make Hot Cross buns and share with their neighbors. Below is a quick tutorial video explaining how to make Belizean style Hot Cross buns. The secret is in the coconut milk.

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Belizean Garnaches! I know this video doesn’t recommend ketchup, but in Belize ketchup is a staple, lol! Also, Dutch cheese is the Belizean way.

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Belizean Conch Fritters A stop at most roadside vendors in Belize during conch season will be filled with the sights and smells of conch fritters! When you visit Belize make sure you stop and try them. Below you will find some recipes that you can try for…

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Belizean Panades are delicious fish empanadas. Here is a link to a recipe https://belizecuisine.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/panades-like-empanada/ we found online. Also, here are a couple of video tutorials.

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Belize is a great place to be in December…especially if you are from somewhere cold! One of the favorite local drinks anytime of the year is watermelon juice. Many people enjoy the refreshing taste especially in the humid climate of Belize. The recipe…

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Belizean Black Fruit Cake This is the Belizean version of fruit cake. It’s not your traditional American fruit cake. Make sure you start this in early December to have it ready for Christmas.

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Belizeans love to eat snapper! The best way to enjoy your snapper is “Fry Dry” as the locals call it. Side note: There isn’t past tense in Belizean Kriol. Hence fry dry instead of fried and grind beef instead of ground etc. Snapper Vegetable or Coconut…
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