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Waste not, want not!
We hope you didn’t discard the sorrel pulps you used to make the sorrel drink.
The sorrel pulps can be used to make a sorrel cake. Yes! True, true. First time hearing about it? No worries, we’ll tell you how to make it.
Christmas is tomorrow and everyone knows that Christmas cya keep if sorrel nuh present! If you haven’t made any sorrel yet, it’s not too late. You can still save Christmas! Just follow the simple steps we’ve outlined in the article. Go now, do it quick! Let us know how the drink turns out.
The artiste who goes by the name Beenie Man said, “Christmas come but only once a year. But this year, this year, yuh betta find some other gear. Pull up yuh sock and steer yuh career.”
Well, even though this year is DIFFERENT, we still have traditions that must be adhered to. Christmas cake is one. What do you say?
If you’re Jamaican, then you know Christmas cya keep without sorrel and fruit cake. Christmas in Jamaica is something you have to experience to be able to relate to.
Every Jamaican and Jamaican at heart knows that there are certain things such as family dinners and grand market that makes Christmas merry. What other traditions do you follow?