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Authentic Recipes from Jamaica (Authentic Recipes) Cook Delicious, Authentic Jamaican Food With This Easy To Follow Jamaican Cookbook.Jamaica Is The Mountainous Caribbean Island Famed For Its Coffee And Its Beaches But With Its Abundance Of Homegrown Ingredients And Its Many Cultural Influences, It Has Developed A Remarkable Cuisine All Its Own To Visit The Jamaican Kitchen Is To Discover The Sumptuous Flavors Of Spicy Jerk Pork, Sweet Tropical Juices, Complex Curries And Sumptuous Desserts.This Cookbook Offers The Island S Best Recipes Both The Traditional And The New From Jamaica S Hottest Chefs And Restaurants, Including Norma Shirley Of Norma At The Wharfhouse, Everett Wilkerson Of The Sans Souci Lido And James Palmer At Strawberry Hill Authentic Recipes From Jamaica Presents Over 60 Full Color Recipes With Photographs Shot On Location Lively Essays By Food Writers John DeMers And Norma Benghiat On The Island S Culture And History, Explanations Of Particular Ingredients And Easy To Follow Recipes Make This The Most Complete Guide To Jamaican Cuisine You Ll Find.Jamaican Recipes Include PepperpotBaked PlantainsPepper ShrimpGinger Tamarind ChickenSpinach Salad With Breadfruit ChipsSweet Potato PoneJamaican Limeade


10 thoughts on “Authentic Recipes from Jamaica (Authentic Recipes)

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    These recipes sound DELICIOUS The pictures were great as well as the little tidbits about Jamaican culture.


  3. says:

    I find Jamaican cooking intriguing Many of the ingredients are familiar to me, but they are used together in ways that are quite alien to me Jamaican food, at least as portrayed in this book, is worlds away from delicate little creations you might find in fancy and overpriced restaurants around the world Here are hearty plates of food, often loaded with searing hot Scotch Bonnet pepp


  4. says:

    The background chapter on Jamaican food is interesting, even if the British are credited questionably with giving Jamaican culture a genteel quality Many of the recipes in this book are doable, but others require access to tropical ingredients substitutions are not always provided Other recipes have such a list of spices and other ingredients, a person preparing such dishes would e...


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