• Barbados traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Barbados? The customs and traditions of Barbados, explained in one page. Food and economy Food in daily life The national dish is coocoo (a creamy mix of cornmeal and okra) and flying fish. Breaded and fried flying fish is a popular snack or meal. Bajan meals emphasize fish, chicken, pork, and other foods common to West Africa, such as rice, okra, and Scotch peppers. Popular fruits include papaya, mango, guava, bananas, oranges, and pineapples. Food components such as cornmeal, salt fish, and salt beef were supplied to the original plantation labor forces. A…

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    Barbadian language

    Barbados is an island country of the Caribbean Islands, in America, whose capital is Bridgetown. It has a population of almost 300,000 inhabitants (181º) and an area of ​​439 km 2 (183º). Its human development index is very high (58th) and its official currency is the Barbadian dollar. And what language is spoken in Barbados? What language do they speak in Barbados? Barbados has one official language, English. However, another language also exists in Barbados: Bajan Creole. The slaves brought to the island learned English and, after the abolition of slavery in the 19th century, they began to practice their…

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