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Pepperpot: Food traditions from all heritages

April 26, 2018


Today on the eat your way across Guyana Tour: Pepperpot. A local dish and a favorite for Christmas time. Originally from the Amerindians, our indigenous people, it is stewed meat cooked in a sauce derived from cassava called casreep. 

Look, yeh, it’s good to us.

One of the Guyanese Rotary club members shared with me that the indigenous people will keep a pot of pepperpot going for a hundred years or more.

Yes, any type of hunted meat goes in the stew.  


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A visionary technologist by day, Delia is also a published author and public speaker, often focusing on topics of project management, research practices, user experience and diversity in the workplace. Involved in the community and external business world, Delia co-founded Designing Me, an organization that steers professional women into executive and leadership positions. Her Got Strategy workshop assists junior and mid-level professionals in setting and executing a career strategy.

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