Caribbean Cuisine Cookbook
The Caribbean Cuisine Cookbook includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavours, spices and ingredients from the indigenous people of the Caribbean islands. Caribbean cooking is strongly influenced by the Spanish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese, who have inhabited the island since the beginning of time.
The above diverse cultural influence is still prominent in Caribbean dishes today. Popular Caribbean dishes include Curry Goat, Friend Dumplings, Ackee and Salt Fish (cod) which is the national dish of Jamaica, Fried Plantain, Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Steamed Cabbage, Rice and Peas and a wide variety of seafoord dishes. Jamaican patties and various patries and breads are also popular as well as fruit beverages and the famous Jamaican rum.
Delicious Flavours of the Caribbean
Delicious Flavours of the Caribbean is a wonderful cookbook that would entice many people who are interested in learning how to cook Caribbean dishes. This book is written in clear concise English with very understandable instructions that are very easy to follow. The larger and bold print makes it also easier to read from a distant and is especially good for those with sight problems. I also found this new cookbook an excellent tool for the younger generation who are interested in learning how to cook dishes traditionally from their parents homeland.