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Caribbean Cooking (Ethnic Cookery) Hardcover – 1 Apr 1994

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1.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful book, but awful recipes 19 Sept. 2007
By CookbookLover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Pictures of almost every recipe but........the recipes are not authentic! The dal puri looks like bakes with a dal filling, the bakes recipe looks like crix! The pulori looks like accra, and the baiganee looks like...I don't even know! Thats how far it is from the real thing. No wonder this book is selling for so cheap on all those websites. It's really awful. The author isn't from the caribbean, it says she is from Mauritius; (the book claims our cuisines are similar). Maybe the recipes in her book reflect the cuisine from there but it's definitly not caribbean. Some recipes could pass, so to speak, such as beef patty, and buljol, but too many others are just plain wrong. So, in conclusion, the recipe names are the same; saheena, polouri, dal puri, calaloo but the ingredients and the methods and final product are to far from caribbean cuisine. This book may be good for a tourist or someone from Mauritius but not a West Indian.
4.0 out of 5 stars The Food of Our Counrty 12 Feb. 2014
By Cherry-ann Chapman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Good book lots to add in when cooking. Overall it's a good guideline for the NONE West Indian :) Enjoy everyone who buys this for what ever the reason.
3.0 out of 5 stars Duplicate of another cookbook? 30 July 2013
By T. McGoughy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
After checking this out from the library, I have to say that I completely agree with the 2007 reviewer. I found it interesting that this book has identical recipes and pictures as The Complete Caribbean Cookbook. I was thumbing through the book and some of the recipes and pictures just seemed so familiar. It took me a few minutes but I remembered where I had seen them before. I have already reviewed The Complete Caribbean Cookbook so there's no need to write another complete review since this seems to be essentially the same book in a different packaging. I only gave this one 3 stars because that's what I gave the Complete Caribbean Cookbook. I do not recommend either of these books for anyone interested in cooking authentic Caribbean food.
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