Trinidad's National Dish?

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There are conflicting ideas as to what exactly the national dish of Trinidad is, but the most popular belief is that the dish Pelau (pay-la-w) holds the distinction. Pelau is one-pot dish made of rice, peas, meat, spices, ghee (a type of butter), and coconut milk.
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whats trinidads national dish.
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The national dish of Barbados is cou-cou and flying fish. Cou-cou is made from cornmeal and okra and has its origins in Africa. The flying fish is prepared with onion, garlic, tomato
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I don't believe there is an official national dish. Each region of Vietnam (North, Central, and South) has its own sub-cuisine. However, there are a couple of dishes that every Vietnamese
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I'd guess it is momos: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momo_(food)
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