Caribbean Cooking

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From drinks and appetizers to entrees and desserts, here are irresistible recipes that take you through the islands, from Jamaica to Guadaloupe, to Martinique, to Barbados, to Cuba, and beyond. You'll find easy-to-follow instructions using foods found in most supermarkets, plus origins of dishes, for an outstanding array of cooking a la Caribe... Smoked Marlin Salad, Conch Fritters, Black-Eyed Pea Salad, Shrimp & Banana Broth, Tomato & Peanut Soup, Bridgetown Flying Fish, Lobster Tails with Tangy Rum ...
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Overview

From drinks and appetizers to entrees and desserts, here are irresistible recipes that take you through the islands, from Jamaica to Guadaloupe, to Martinique, to Barbados, to Cuba, and beyond. You'll find easy-to-follow instructions using foods found in most supermarkets, plus origins of dishes, for an outstanding array of cooking a la Caribe... Smoked Marlin Salad, Conch Fritters, Black-Eyed Pea Salad, Shrimp & Banana Broth, Tomato & Peanut Soup, Bridgetown Flying Fish, Lobster Tails with Tangy Rum Sauce, Jerk Pork, Spareribs Caribe, Eggplant Port-au-Prince, Coconut-Banana Corn Bread, Pina Colada Bread Pudding, Banana Puffs with Coffee-Rum Sauce, Papaya & Strawberry Daiquiri, Planter's Punch and more.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
DeMers's use of accessible ingredients and familiar techniques makes these recipes a boon for North American cooks. The collection merely hints at the myriad roots of Caribbean cuisine by including brief introductory material and the origins of a few dishes. Rice salad shows Indian influence, red stripe chicken comes from Jamaica and templeque is a Puerto Rican version of Spanish flan. However, most dishes are identified only as ``Caribbean.'' Soups like shrimp and banana broth or yam bisque, and an ample supply of seafood recipes, such as swordfish steaks with tomatillo sauce, snapper wrapped in callaloo, and shrimp with roasted garlic and papaya, provide their own interest regardless of national derivation. Meat-based main dishes include keshi yena (a ball of Edam cheese stuffed with seasoned chicken), roast veal with black sauce, curried goat and turkey and peppers on saffron rice. Green-banana ceviche and Mt. Diablo grilled corn, flavored with peppers and herbs, are among the side dishes. Beverages such as planter's punch and cafe trade wind also lend an exotic flavor. DeMers wrote Complete Guide to Gourmet Coffee. Photos not seen by PW. (Mar.)
Library Journal
The second Caribbean cookbook in several months, this one is more comprehensive than Dunstan Harris's Food from the Islands ( LJ 12/88). DeMers's international mix of recipes includes island specialties ranging from appetizers such as Stamp & Go to sweets like Tie-A-Leaf. He provides both a glossary of ingredients and a list of mail order sources, but most dishes call for readily available ingredients. Caribbean food is popular now; for most collections.-- JS
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557882714
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/28/1997
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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