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calalu

(ˈkæləluː) or

calaloo

n
(Cookery) Caribbean the edible leaves of various plants, used as greens or in making thick soups
[probably of African origin]
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Taro, calaloo and Zimbabwean kale will be on show at the NEC by charity Garden Organic, based at Ryton Gardens.
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Variants are yet to be finalised but they are likely to be curried mutton with rice and peas, Calypso chicken and Junkaroo Prawns with tomato and onion, along with four varieties of vegetables, including sweet potato wedges, plantain, green bananas with onions and calaloo spinach.
The Christmas meal can include chicken, turkey, ham, seafood, rice and calaloo (a Caribbean version of gumbo).
Instead, my friend picked a salad of avocado and pr awns with a ginger dressing and I chose a Secret Garden Combi, layers of Jamaican vegetables ackee and calaloo in filo pastry with a tomato and sweet pepper coulis.
Surrealism's rider, Steve Drowne, had earlier won the first division of the juvenile 1m maiden on the Charles Egertontrained Calaloo, a victory that particularly pleased part-owner Guy Sangster, whose son Mylo has Egerton as a godfather.
The Sunshine Bar gave us our first taste of Tobagonian cuisine - dorado, chickpeas, plantains and calaloo, the thick soup based on dasheen leaves, okra and coconut milk, washed down with beer.