Stamp and Go is a fish fritter made with salt fish in Jamaican cuisine. It is part of a Jamaican breakfast along with ackee and callaloo fritters. 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.