What to Eat on a Sailing Trip in the Caribbean?
A tasty blend of many different cuisines, the Caribbean cuisine includes all your favorite ingredients, such as seafood, chicken, steak, fruit and vegetables. The dishes are diverse and colorful and include many interesting spices and seasonings. Jerk cooking is one of the most frequent ways of preparing meat dishes in the Caribbean and it uses a seasoning made of onions, thyme, peppers etc. The original jerk meat was pork, but other kinds are also prepared that way. There are also some wild types of meat which can be tasted when sailing in the Caribbean, such as agouti (a rodent similar to a guinea pig), manicou (opossum), tattoo (armadillo), lappe (wild rabbit), quenk (wild pig), turtle and iguana.