Jamaica Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Our friend stayed at Mokko's cottages & loved it.  We're wondering if it is a safe place to stay?

A: All of the travel host companies are safe. Mokko's place is safe.  It is safe because the whole community watches out for you.  You go in as his guest and enjoy the privilege of his protection. 

Rasta Reasonings

 

Bongo Roach from Negril shares some of his world philosophies in this video.

 

 

Ram Scram from Port Antonio reasons.

Sonny Murphy in Morant Bay Jamaica

Healing our Culture from Babylon

 by Judo

I-tal lifestyle is a natural and pertinant way to live and heal the body.

The secrets of our culture:
Eight rules to live by.

 


Love yourself and respect the individuality of others.

 

 


Pure and natural products to preserve the skin.

Pumpkin/Gunga Pea Soup Ital Recipe

A wonderful, healthful choice when feeding a crowd Jamaican cuisine.

Start a large pan of water, 1/2 full to boil on the stove or fire then add in order:

Preparing the pumpkin
Peeling irish potato
Cutting the coconut with a machet (Warning-don't try this at home!)
Grating the coconut to prepare juice
Squeezing the coconut for juice, dogs standing at attention for their turn
Making long skinny dumplings
It's Soup!

Jamaican Fritters: Ital Recipe

 Golden brown, crunchy, tasty fritters are a tasty addition to any meal!

by Ras Soloman Jackson, Mokko

Mokko's Kitchen
Stove

Jamaican Pepper Pot Soup: Ital Recipe

Jamaican Callaloo: Ital Recipe

Jamaican Green Plantin Porriage: Ital Recipe

Jamaican Pumpkin Soup: Ital Recipe

 by Ras Soloman Jackson, Mokko

Kidney beans, coconut juice, pumpkin and root crops stewed and seasoned with spicy scotch bonnet pepper! Yum!! 

Mokko's Cooking Pot
Mokko in his Kitchen