Recipe of the Day: Jamaican Barbecue Oriental Chicken


JamaFo Jamaican Food

Barbecue is a famous method of cooking meat in different cultures all over the world. It adds so much flavor and elements to your food and leaves you wanting more. Today we give you a recipe for a finger licking Jamaican Barbecue dish with an Oriental influence. Check it out below.

Preparation time: 10m
Cooking time: 30m

Ingredients

For 4 people ()

  • 2 pounds chicken, jointed
  • 1/4 cup White Cane Vinegar
  • 4 cups water
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1 cup Grapefruit Juice
  • 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, grated
  • 1/4 cup Vegetable Oil

Directions

  1. Clean and wash chicken in a mixture of Vinegar and water.
  2. Mix together soy sauce, Grapefruit Juice, sugar and ginger in a large shallow dish.
  3. Add chicken pieces to mixture, ensuring that both sides are coated. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight.
  4. Remove chicken from marinade and brush with some Vegetable Oil. Use remaining oil to brush the grill.
  5. Grill chicken for about…

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(1)be aware that psychologically healthy spaces need to be flexible enough to allow for individual differences, sub cultural differences and changing needs over time, in order to achieve a sense of ‘place’

(2)be aware of certain core, universal human needs while accepting individual and cultural differences,
(3)avoid writing their own subjective scripts for what they perceive to be psychologically healthy buildings or cities, and

(4)if they can not design ideal spaces for peace and happiness, at least aim to minimize psychological and social harm by understanding how a space gains meaning.


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Artistic, aesthetic aspirations and theories about form are in tension with the psychological and social aspects of space, but they are not eclipsed by them. The science of psychology provides some parameters for design without prescribing the end result. When two disciplines meet real innovations can be made. Certain elements of environmental determinism can be usefully combined with a flexible system, which truly evolves with the user.

As a result of this review I would like to set out a modest manifesto. If architects are to design for people they should:

(1)be aware that psychologically healthy spaces need to be flexible enough to allow for individual differences, sub cultural differences and changing needs over time, in order to achieve a sense of ‘place’

(2)be aware of certain core, universal human needs while accepting individual and cultural differences,
(3)avoid writing their own subjective scripts for what they perceive to be psychologically healthy buildings or cities, and

(4)if they can not design ideal spaces for peace and happiness, at least aim to minimize psychological and social harm by understanding how a space gains meaning.