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Guyanese Christmas has many flavors

Fried rice cooks on the stove top at the Cheese Bakery and Grocery at 1007 State Street in Schenectady Friday, November 18, 2011.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Fried rice cooks on the stove top at the Cheese Bakery and Grocery at 1007 State Street in Schenectady Friday, November 18, 2011.
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On Christmas Eve, the air will fill with the scent of curry as the Guyanese residents of Schenectady take to their kitchens to cook chicken, goat, duck or lamb curry dishes, along with many other traditional foods.

Guyana, a country on the northeast coast of South America, is a member of the Caribbean community and has cuisine with a distinctive Caribbean flair. It’s rich in aromatic spices, relies heavily on rice and peas and ...

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