Stamp and Go

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Stamp and Go and callaloo fritters

Stamp and Go is a fish fritter made with salt fish in Jamaican cuisine.[1] It is part of a Jamaican breakfast along with ackee and callaloo fritters.[1] It is referred to as one of the original fast foods in Jamaica. The unusual name is supposed to have derived from the 18th-century British sailing ships. If an officer wanted something to be done in a hurry the order was "Stamp and Go!". These bite-sized, salty delights are a favorite at cocktail parties served with tangy dips. The larger ones are great for breakfast, and one can well imagine just how popular this "journey" food was many years ago.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Deborah S. Hartz Authentic Jamaican breakfast Aug 1, 1991 Ocala Star-Banner
  2. ^ Retrieved 2002.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)