Interspersed with irresistible recipes, from cracked conch in the Bahamas, curried lobster in Grenada, spicy island gingerbread to West Indian rum punch, AN EMBARRASSMENT OF MANGOES is the enticing story of discovering not just vibrant new ...
Author: Ann Vanderhoof
Publisher: Random House
Who hasn't fantasized about leaving their job, saying goodbye to the rat race and escaping to some exotic destination in search of sun, sand, and a different way of life? Ann Vanderhoof and her husband did just that. In the mid 1990s, the author and her husband were driven, forty-something professionals who were desperate for a break from their harried, deadline-dominated lives. So they left their jobs, rented out their house, moved onto a 42-foot yacht called Receta ('recipe' in Spanish) and set sail from their home in Canada for the Caribbean. AN EMBARRASSMENT OF MANGOES is Ann Vanderhoof's intimate account of this two-year midlife interlude during which she and her husband travelled more than 7,000 nautical miles, dropped anchor in 16 countries (and 47 individual islands), and adapted to a new life on 'island time'. Exchanging suits for bare feet, they leave the stresses of their old life behind and become caught up in a world that is simultaneously simpler and more exuberant. They sip rum with their neighbours and dance through the streets during Carnival, explore secluded beaches, learn to pull their dinner from the sea and create delectable dishes in their tiny galley kitchen. Interspersed with irresistible recipes, from cracked conch in the Bahamas, curried lobster in Grenada, spicy island gingerbread to West Indian rum punch, AN EMBARRASSMENT OF MANGOES is the enticing story of discovering not just vibrant new cultures and cuisines, but what really matters.
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Publisher: American Library Association
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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She describes their trip—from the sublime to the ordinary, from sunsets to haircuts and recipes—in An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude, which nearly had me quitting my.
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Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Category: Literary Criticism
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Ann Vanderhoef , An Embarrassment of Mangoes : A Caribbean Interlude . Broadway Books , 2003. Canadian couple in their forties leave Canada and sail around the Caribbean , where they are never happier . Gorgeous recipes and descriptions ...
Author: Rima A. Morrell
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Identifying five principles for external and internal exploration, this guide includes special sections for gappers, career-breakers, seniors, the differently abled, and those traveling with children or animals. A comprehensive resources section with green and money-saving tips, and recommended books and websites is also featured, improving one's journey to a truer, brighter life.
David Yeadon's Seasons in Basilicata : A Year in a Southern Italian Hill Village is similar in both structure and tone , although it is slightly slower paced , while Ann Vanderhoof's An Embarrassment of Mangoes : A Caribbean Interlude ...
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Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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Cottage Life , 1994 $ 24.95 paper [ 0-9696922-1-8 ] CIP An Embarrassment of mangoes : a Caribbean interlude . Doubleday , 2004 $ 34.95 [ 0-385-65954-7 ] CIP Van der Jagt , A .; The Escape : a historical novel of late 17th century ...