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Ackee is the national fruit of Jamaica. The tree was brought from West Africa by Captain William Bligh around 1793.
Another name for the plant is Blighia Spaida, in honor of the Captain. The fruit is born in clusters on an evergreen tree and turns red upon reaching maturity.
Continued exposure to the sun causes the Ackee to split open.
Traditionally it is at this time that they are ready for harvest..."
I am very happy that you decided to buy a case of mangoes.
This means that you love mangoes.
Did you purchase the case because it was cheap?
because they were huge in size?
Or because they were overripe and will go bad by the time you finish the last one?
Do you know that there are different types of mangoes grown in different parts of the world?
Caribana is a colorful explosion of costumed masqueraders, steel drums, calypso, brass bands, and music. Although the small twin island of Trinidad and Tobago only has 1.5 million people, they have made a huge contribution and gave a generous gift to Canada for its 100th Birthday in 1967. Mr. Goudas wrote the book to let the world know that this is not a bunch of idiots dressing up and jumping up and down but it is the culmination of the work of very talented individuals.
After the publication of The Curry Story, curry consumption in Canada has increased tremendously. Even Canadians have acquainted themselves with this wonderful taste. Mr. Goudas turned into a curry monster, with his mouth feeling like a Chinese dragon spreading fire, his behind like a volcano ready to erupt and his dreams saw goats with Curry packages tied around their necks instead of bells. Wwwwoooww! What a story for a small bag of curry!
I sincerely hope that the information in this book will be an inspiration and starting point for those who realise that this is the path that they are on, or are heading into and that he/she will stop for a moment to consider and evaluate his/her situation and the consequences, eventually, making a conscious decision to make a lifestyle change that may save his/her life.
I admire and respect Mr. Goudas for many, reasons. This entrepreneur has enabled me to retain a very special part of, my originality and heritage. His products have allowed me to continue eating the foods I grew up on, thereby passing on my culture to my offspring through food, and it has caused me to recall very pleasant moments with loved ones. There are no words in this world to describe this. I believe for this reason Mr. Goudas will forever be blessed. Thank you
The most famous of all Mr. Goudas' writings are within the book, "THE IMMIGRANT."
This Book is Dedicated to All people moving to another country, facing a new culture, language, and surroundings, without any friends or any money. Young people who can learn from my experiences. Those who are depressed and are feeling as though the world is crashing around them, due to bad luck or serious injury. Educational groups and universities for their studies and analysis. Suppliers around the world who share with me the satisfaction of delivering the best the world has to offer. Millions of consumers, so they may experience the joy and satisfaction I feel, knowing that I have done and I am still doing the very best. The competition, which I know will examine this book very carefully. I trust they will finally understand that my motive is, and always has been, to provide the consumer with the very best, and maybe they can try to do the same. This is a solid testament of my desire to share feelings, experiences, accomplishments, the highs, and lows, with our customers, the general public, supporters, friends and even the competition, whose respect I feel that I have earned.