What started as nostalgia for eating one of Dad's favourite treats, fried black pudding from one of Kingstown's street merchants, I ended up paying homage to the British and Scottish side of our Caribbean culture. I had no plantains or breadfruit to complete the meal but I had rashers, blood sausage, toast, tomatoes, mushrooms, and baked beans. Blood sausages are very difficult to find in the USA. I ordered my black pudding and rashers from an Irish American grocer, Tommy Moloney's, in Woodbridge.

Author: Khürt Williams

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  1. Korean stores sell blood sausages. At least I have eaten the soup version a number of times.

    1. Oh, good to know. There are no Korean stores nearby but there is one in Edison; about a half-hour drive.

      1. Khürt, There’s this store in Princeton Junction that might have them.

        1. When I do a Google search for "black pudding new jersey" all the Irish and Scottish grocers come up, including the one I ordered from.

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