Item description for Caribbean recipes "Old & New": Caribbean by Laurel Ann Morley...
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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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.6" Width: 9.4" Height: 1.1" Weight: 3.6 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2005
ISBN 9768082070 ISBN13 9789768082077
Reviews - What do customers think about Caribbean recipes "Old & New": Caribbean?
stunning cookbook Jun 1, 2007
This is a truly stunning cookbook. Very colorful with many pictures of the dishes already prepared for your viewing pleasure. The pages are a nice smooth texture and just thumbing through it will make your mouth water.
If you're into Caribbean cooking, this is THE cookbook.
Get one for yourself, it's a collector's item.
It has got to be the best! Apr 25, 2007
I really can't make up my mind whether it's the best book on Caribbean cooking I've ever seen, or the best book on Caribbean art I've ever seen. With that said, I'll have to state that it's the best book on Caribbean cooking AND Caribbean art I've ever seen!