Cow cod soup

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Cow cod soup
TypeSoup
Place of originJamaica
Main ingredientsBull penis, bananas, scotch bonnet peppers, broth (white rum)

Cow cod soup, often referred to as cowpillow, is a traditional, rustic dish in Jamaican cuisine that is considered an aphrodisiac and made with bull penis (or "cod").[1] It is traditionally cooked with bananas and scotch bonnet peppers in a white rum-based broth. Cow cod is a rural delicacy.[2]

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  1. ^ Polly Thomas, Adam Vaitilingam, Polly Rodger Brown The rough guide to Jamaica page 38
  2. ^ Richard Allsopp Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage

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