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70 Caribbean Recipes: Taste Sensations from the Tropics: Deliciously Authentic Dishes from the Islands of Jamaica, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, All Shown Step by Step in 275 Photographs

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    Rosamund Grant(Author)

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Deliciously authentic dishes from the islands of Jamaica, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, all shown step by step in 275 photographs. All the classics and most popular dishes, including Barbecued Jerk Chicken; Creole Fish Stew; Buttered Spinach and Rice; Barbadian Coconut Sweet Bread; Caribbean Fruit and Rum Cake; Tapioca Pudding; and Cuba Libre. It features mouthwatering snacks and soups; vegetarian dishes and salads; fish and shellfish; meat and poultry; breads and side dishes; cakes, desserts and drinks. It is beautifully illustrated in easy-to-follow stages, including a glorious photograph of every finished dish. It is a comprehensive glossary with information on traditional ingredients and cooking techniques. It covers cook's tips and hints throughout give insights into the special characteristics of this exciting cuisine. The very essence of Caribbean cuisine has been captured in this informative cookbook, which presents a wonderful collection of enticing and authentic dishes. Tasty poultry, fish and seafood dishes include Peanut Chicken, Salmon in Mango and Ginger Sauce, and Crab and Corn Gumbo, and all are complemented by the tempting variety of vegetable, salad, and bean and grain dishes. Sweet desserts and drinks are not forgotten, with plenty to tempt you such as Fruits of the Tropics Salad, Coconut Ice Cream, and Demerara Rum Punch. Beautifully illustrated with over 275 photographs, the book provides an evocative introduction to the food of these sun-drenched islands.

Rosamund Grant is one of the foremost experts on Caribbean cooking. Born in Guyana, South America, she has explored the Caribbean extensively. She moved to London in the 1960s, where she opened her renowned restaurant, Bambaya, which she ran until 1992. A busy food consultant, she divides her time between cooking, writing features for magazines, and broadcasting on TV and radio. She is also the author of Traditional African Recipes.

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  • PDF | 96 pages
  • Rosamund Grant(Author)
  • Hermes House; Reprint edition (31 Dec. 2013)
  • English
  • 10
  • Food & Drink

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  • By Martyn on 2 July 2016

    Great book

  • By Kaye Browne on 23 July 2015

    this book was really good with lots of pictures

  • By Nanny on 23 January 2015

    Lovely recipes and easy to follow instructions

  • By Guest on 6 February 2016

    Fantastic and very useful

  • By A. Jules on 28 June 2015

    This is exactly the same book as Taste of the Caribbean....just a different picture on the front!!

  • By cartoon on 17 April 2014

    please note that this book has been reprinted to be part of the Mexican , south American and Caribbean cook book . I already had that book and its a lot better value for money , so don't bother with this flimsy title , I sent mine back .


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