Stamp and Go refers to a traditional Jamaican fish fritter. The name most likely derived from customers who would stamp their feet in shops to get attention and go if they did not get it.

Stamp and Go is made of salted cod which has to be washed and boiled several times to get rid of excess salt, changing the water each time, then fish bones must be and flaked. Flaked fish is then added to the mixture of spices and flour and butter mixture, then fry

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