Fungi and pepperpot refers to the national dish of the Caribbean island of Antigua. It is a thick vegetable stew with salted meat which is served with Antiguans’ famous fungi (pronounced as "foon-ji"), which is a cooked cornmeal paste that is similar to Polenta pasta of Italy.

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