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A Carriacou Cookbook
A Carriacou Cookbook
Author: Rosamund Cameron
A strange street, a busy market stall piled high with unfamiliar produce, and all around the sights, sounds and smells of a colourful Caribbean community. — That is what faced the author when she first came to live on Carriacou, one of the three islands which make up the independent nation of Grenada, West Indies. (...) — "A Carriacou Cookbook" f...  more »
ISBN: 47850
Pages: 224
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Publisher: Island Books
Book Type: Paperback
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We picked this up while on a "self-catering" vacation in the Caribbean, and it came in very handy when trying to figure out how to cook with the local produce. As it happens, I'm not a great fan of most West Indian dishes -- but if you are, or if you're planning to visit the area, this would be a worthwhile read. A few of the recipes call for exotic ingredients (callaloo, eddoe) that might require a trip to an ethnic market, but most of them can be made with ingredients from an ordinary grocery store.


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