Jamaican Sauce With White Rice By Patsy

Hi,
Thought I should share this. I made Jamaican sauce with white rice yesterday 25th Dec. Although some ingredients weren't present, but hubby insisted he would eat nothing else, and I had to make do with what I have in store and it came out yummy.

Ingredients.
1 small sized Cabbage
4 medium sized Carrots
1 Green pepper chopped 3 dry bay leaves
1 can Green peas 1 can Red Kidney beans 
Tatashe..(didn't have this one)
3 cupfuls blended Tomatoes
a handful chopped Shombo pepper (Red chillies)
1 large red Onion
1/2 cup chopped Fresh pepper ata rodo (Scotch bonnet)
1/2 kg Beef or suya 2 cups vegetable oil (500ml)
3 seasoning cubes, you can use less to your taste Salt to taste

Steps.
Season your beef and 1. boil till it's soft enough.
2. Then Fry until it's very dry.(pix1 &2)
Remove the beef from the oil and set aside.
3. Fry onion with a pinch of salt(hubby doesn't like salt oh, so it's always a pinch I cook with)(pix3)
4. Add your blended tomatoes and shombo pepper and allow to fry.(p…

Doctors shocked as they find 27 contact lenses loaded in eye of woman scheduled for cataract surgery

Specialist trainee ophthalmologist, Rupal Morjaria said: 'None of us had ever seen this before'Specialist trainee ophthalmologist, Rupal Morjaria said: 'None of us had ever seen this before'

Doctors were stunned to see a large mass of contact lenses in one eye of a patient who complained of eye discomforts and got scheduled for surgery. Read report from Daily Mail below...
Medics were astonished to discover that 27 contact lenses had buried themselves behind the eye of a woman who was due to have cataract surgery.
The pensioner, 67, was completely unaware that the lenses were missing and told surgeons she
thought the discomfort was simply down to her old age.
Medics initially found 17 contact lenses - but then discovered a further 10 on a second inspection. 
'None of us has ever seen this before,' Specialist trainee ophthalmologist, Rupal Morjaria, told Optometry Today. 
'It was such a large mass. All the 17 contact lenses were stuck together.
'We were really surprised that the patient didn't notice it because it would cause quite a lot of irritation while it was sitting there.'
The woman had worn disposable contact lenses for the past 35 years but had not attended regular optometrist appointments.  
Unfortunately for the pensioner her cataract operation had to be postponed following the surprising discovery. Ms Morjaria emphasised that publishing the report was important for raising awareness among the general public. 
Surprisingly, the patient had not reported any symptoms of the missing contact lenses. 
Because the lenses were behind the woman's eye for so long, it meant a large amount of bacteria had built up around her conjunctiva. 
The case, which took place last November, was published in the British Medical Journal.
It had previously been thought not possible to retain so many contact lenses without more severe symptoms.
Unfortunately for the pensioner her cataract operation had to be postponed following the surprising discovery

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