It was often eaten on religious days for the Jews or religious holidays for Christians (e.g. ASH WEDNESDAY, GOOD FRIDAY) when no cooking was done. Nowadays escoveitch fish is standard fare on Jamaican restaurant menus and is popular with beach-goers and picnickers. ... ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH This religious denomination was established in Jamaica in 1 970 by the head andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Jamaican Heritage|
|Publisher||:||Twin Guinep Limited - 2003|