Finished Jamaican Brown Stewed Liver with Spinners
Both of my parents are from South Carolina. We grew up eating beef liver with gravy and onions over grits. I can eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! It’s so good!
Anyway, you’re probably wondering, “How is this girl going to teach me how to cook Jamaican Brown Stewed Liver?” If you know me, you’d know I love Caribbean foods. Two of my best friends are Trinidadian, and my husband’s family is from Jamaica. Plus, the majority of my friends are of Caribbean descent so I grew to love the food. When you get tired of purchasing foods at restaurants, especially when you’re trying to save your pennies, you learn to make things on your own. That’s what I did.
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