Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

From drinks and appetizers to entrees and desserts, here are almost 200 irresistible recipes from Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, Cuba, and beyond.

Author: John DeMers

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1557882711

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 927

From drinks and appetizers to entrees and desserts, here are almost 200 irresistible recipes from Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, Cuba, and beyond. Each recipe is accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions for an outstanding array of cooking "a la caribe".
Categories: Cooking

The Book of Caribbean Cooking

The Book of Caribbean Cooking

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Author: Lesley Mackley

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1557883289

Category: Cooking

Page: 96

View: 875

Taste the fiery flavor of the Caribbean's culinary melting pot... As varied and intense in taste as it is simple to cook, Caribbean cuisine is a fascinating mixture of styles from the many nationalities who have settled throughout the Islands over the centuries. From "one-pot" cooking to more elaborate meals, from meat and fish to vegetarian delights, the food is always colorful and full of flavor. Spiced with hot pepper sauces, fragrant marinades and fiery spice rubs, these recipes are easy to prepare using the step-by-step, full-color photographs.
Categories: Cooking

Modern Caribbean Cuisine

Modern Caribbean Cuisine

Poremba approaches the state's history from many angles: the stories of the peoples who have made Michigan home, from Native Americans to French explorers, European immigrants, and African Americans; the rise of the industries; the ...

Author: Wendy Rahamut

Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group Incorporated

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173019094536

Category: Cooking

Page: 322

View: 491

Poremba approaches the state's history from many angles: the stories of the peoples who have made Michigan home, from Native Americans to French explorers, European immigrants, and African Americans; the rise of the industries; the intricacies of its politics, from the Civil War, to the civil rights movement, to the election of Michigan's first woman governor.
Categories: Cooking

Caribbean Cookery Secrets

Caribbean Cookery Secrets

Discover the secrets of Caribbean cooking: the methods and ingredients needed to create that authentic Caribbean taste.

Author: David Daley

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780716023142

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 354

Discover the secrets of Caribbean cooking: the methods and ingredients needed to create that authentic Caribbean taste. Embark on a journey around the different islands of the Caribbean and find out how to make the most popular dishes, such as Jerk Chicken with rice and peas, and Curry Goat, as well as the different islands' celebrated national dishes, such as Fish Chowder and Pepper Pot Stew.
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The Complete Book of Caribbean Cooking

The Complete Book of Caribbean Cooking

The food, the techniques, the lore, the spices and the fun of the marvelous diverse cuisine are captured in this exciting volume. Hundreds of recipes. Detailed instructions.

Author: Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz

Publisher: Book Sales

ISBN: 0785804692

Category: Cooking

Page: 440

View: 522

The food, the techniques, the lore, the spices and the fun of the marvelous diverse cuisine are captured in this exciting volume. Hundreds of recipes. Detailed instructions.
Categories: Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

Author: P. De Brissiere

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924003564105

Category: Cookery, West Indian

Page: 30

View: 328

Categories: Cookery, West Indian

Provisions

Provisions

A lush, modern vegetarian cookbook celebrating the bold flavors and unique ingredients of the Caribbean In Provisions, Michelle and Suzanne Rousseau share 150 recipes that pay homage to the meals and market produce that have been farmed, ...

Author: Michelle Rousseau

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780738234663

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 166

A lush, modern vegetarian cookbook celebrating the bold flavors and unique ingredients of the Caribbean In Provisions, Michelle and Suzanne Rousseau share 150 recipes that pay homage to the meals and market produce that have been farmed, sold, and prepared by Caribbean people -- particularly the women -- for centuries. Caribbean food is often thought of as rustic and unrefined, but these vibrant vegetarian dishes will change the way we think about this diverse, exciting, and nourishing cuisine. The pages are spiced with the sisters' fond food memories and fascinating glimpses of the islands' histories, bringing the region's culinary past together with creative recipes that represent the best of Caribbean food today. With a modern twist on traditional island ingredients and flavors, Provisions reinvents classic dishes and presents innovative new favorites, like Ripe Plantain Gratin, Ackee Tacos with Island Guacamole, Haitian Riz Djon Djon Risotto, Oven-Roasted Pumpkin Flatbread, and Caramelized Fennel and Grilled Green Guava with Mint. Stunning full-color photographs showcase the variety of these dishes: hearty stews, easy one-pot meals, crunchy salads, flavorful pickles, preserves, and hot sauces, sumptuous desserts, cocktails, and more. At once elegant, authoritative, and accessible, Suzanne and Michelle's recipes and stories invite you to bring fresh Caribbean flavors to your table.
Categories: Cooking

Food Culture in the Caribbean

Food Culture in the Caribbean

Understand the diverse Caribbean cultures and their history through their foodstuffs, cooking, typical meals, celebrations, and diet and health.

Author: Lynn Marie Houston

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313327645

Category: Social Science

Page: 166

View: 483

Understand the diverse Caribbean cultures and their history through their foodstuffs, cooking, typical meals, celebrations, and diet and health.
Categories: Social Science

The Real Jerk

The Real Jerk

Such is the case with The Real Jerk. This is new Caribbean cuisine, cooking borne out of tradition, steeped in history, and brought into a new world where styles and tastes fuse to become something entirely different.

Author: Al Pottinger

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 9781458753137

Category: Cooking, Caribbean

Page: 284

View: 431

There's a Jamaican phrase, ''Out of many, one people,'' that is reflected in the style of cooking from the Caribbean: distinct, bold flavours coming together to create an electric experience. Such is the case with The Real Jerk. This is new Caribbean cuisine, cooking borne out of tradition, steeped in history, and brought into a new world where styles and tastes fuse to become something entirely different. The Real Jerk: New Caribbean Cuisine includes such favourite recipes as jerk chicken, curry goat, oxtail, shrimp creole, and ackee and codfish (Jamaica's national dish). There are also vegetarian dishes, a chapter with kids favourites, desserts, soups and salads, and all things Caribbean. Alongside the recipes and menu suggestions are stories about the tales behind the traditions, the history of the hearth, and anecdotes about Caribbean living, whether in the islands, or on the mainland. Not to mention black and white photographs and illustrations, and sixteen full-colour images of the best Caribbean cooking to be had this side of the islands. Let The Real Jerk transport you to new Caribbean cuisine: a blend of tastes and cultures unlike any you've visited before.
Categories: Cooking, Caribbean

Caribbean Food Cultures

Caribbean Food Cultures

»Caribbean Food Cultures« approaches the matter of food from the perspectives of anthropology, sociology, cultural and literary studies.

Author: Wiebke Beushausen

Publisher: transcript Verlag

ISBN: 9783839426920

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

View: 908

»Caribbean Food Cultures« approaches the matter of food from the perspectives of anthropology, sociology, cultural and literary studies. Its strong interdisciplinary focus provides new insights into symbolic and material food practices beyond eating, drinking, cooking, or etiquette. The contributors discuss culinary aesthetics and neo/colonial gazes on the Caribbean in literary documents, audiovisual media, and popular images. They investigate the negotiation of communities and identities through the preparation, consumption, and commodification of »authentic« food. Furthermore, the authors emphasize the influence of underlying socioeconomic power relations for the reinvention of Caribbean and Western identities in the wake of migration and transnationalism. The anthology features contributions by renowned scholars such as Rita De Maeseneer and Fabio Parasecoli who read Hispano-Caribbean literatures and popular culture through the lens of food studies.
Categories: Political Science

The Sugar Reef Caribbean Cookbook

The Sugar Reef Caribbean Cookbook

Author: Devra Dedeaux

Publisher: Dell

ISBN: UCSD:31822035094648

Category: Cooking

Page: 223

View: 708

Offers recipes slanted with Caribbean influences but adapted to any palate
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Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

With easy-to-follow methods and mouthwatering photography Caribbean Cooking provides you with all the essential recipes of this tasty cuisine. Try Chicken Pie with Sweet Potato Topping or Caribbean Rum Cake for a taste of the exotic.

Author: Camilla de la Bédoyère

Publisher: Quick & Easy, Proven Recipes

ISBN: 1783612444

Category: Cooking, Caribbean

Page: 256

View: 894

With easy-to-follow methods and mouthwatering photography Caribbean Cooking provides you with all the essential recipes of this tasty cuisine. Try Chicken Pie with Sweet Potato Topping or Caribbean Rum Cake for a taste of the exotic.
Categories: Cooking, Caribbean

Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

Author: Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz

Publisher:

ISBN: 0140462155

Category: Cooking, Caribbean

Page: 323

View: 269

Categories: Cooking, Caribbean

Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

Author: Connie Krochmal

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0812904281

Category: Cooking, Caribbean

Page: 261

View: 129

Categories: Cooking, Caribbean

Caribbean Recipes

Caribbean Recipes

The book is printed in large font for ease of reading, with recipes that are easy to follow. It also contains a page at the end entitled "My own recipes" for you to add any new or given Caribbean recipes.

Author: LaurelAnn Morley

Publisher: Laurel Ann Morely

ISBN: 9768082070

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 852

Caribbean Recipes "Old & New" is a comprehensive Caribbean cookbook with over 400 recipes, some originals plus new recipes created in the Caribbean style of cooking. Many recipes come from the author’s restaurant, "The Cove" in Barbados. The book is written in the style of a family memoir as the author tells of gatherings and cooking experiences throughout her life. The book includes some of the author’s biography, hints and substitutes concerning food preparation, and a glossary of Caribbean foods. Each chapter is color-coded in bright Caribbean colors and contains a little story followed by the appropriate recipes and food photography. The pages are illustrated with original watercolor art sketches done by the author’s father, Gordon Parkinson, who is an artist well known throughout the Caribbean. The book is printed in large font for ease of reading, with recipes that are easy to follow. It also contains a page at the end entitled "My own recipes" for you to add any new or given Caribbean recipes.
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Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

With an introduction placing the recipes in context, and a glossary detailing the main ingredients, this book shows Caribbean cooking at its best.

Author: Devinia Sookia

Publisher: Chartwell Books

ISBN: 0785800247

Category: Cooking

Page: 144

View: 504

All the classic dishes are included, from calypso chicken to beef patties, banana fritters to coconut bread. With an introduction placing the recipes in context, and a glossary detailing the main ingredients, this book shows Caribbean cooking at its best.
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Island Cooking

Island Cooking

Authentic Caribbean cooking from a native Jamaican.Includes a glossary of island-specific ingredients and a directory of Caribbean food distributors.With more than 200 recipes for tropical tastes, including 40 refreshing and fruity drink ...

Author: Dunstan A. Harris

Publisher:

ISBN: 1580085016

Category: Cooking

Page: 165

View: 208

In the bustling markets of the Caribbean islands, plaid-clothed vendors call out in singsong voices to advertise thick slices of pepper-strewn fish, warm fritters, and sweet coconut confections. Blending African, Indian, Chinese, and Amerindian influences, Caribbean cooking is as richly complex as the people who live there. In ISLAND COOKING, native Jamaican Dunstan A. Harris has collected a sampling of tantalizing spark-and-spice recipes from each region of the Caribbean. Try Chicken in Coconut Milk from Martinique; the French Caribbean'¬?s favorite Stuffed Crabs; a Blue Mountain Cocktail named for Jamaica'¬?s highest mountain range; or the ever-popular Sweet Potato Balls, adored by islanders everywhere. With more than 200 recipes and a glossary explaining island-specific ingredients, ISLAND COOKING brings a taste of the tropics home to your table. Authentic Caribbean cooking from a native Jamaican.Includes a glossary of island-specific ingredients and a directory of Caribbean food distributors.With more than 200 recipes for tropical tastes, including 40 refreshing and fruity drink recipes to round out the collection.
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Caribbean Cooking Menus

Caribbean Cooking   Menus

Author: Elsa Miller

Publisher:

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173023053394

Category: Cookery, Caribbean

Page: 92

View: 186

Categories: Cookery, Caribbean