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Rita Springer is a culinary icon in the Caribbean. Her original 'Caribbean Cookbook', first published in 1968, is a paperback classic and continues to be widely used throughout the Caribbean.This new edition's elegant format, with her recipes accompanied by high quality photographs for the very first time, is a fitting tribute to her lifetime's work. Rita's comprehensive repertorie of West Indian recipes are simply written, using a wide variety of fresh ingredients to make tasty, wholesome food for everyday living and entertaining in Caribbean style. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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This cookbook is a great blessing for the newly wed, the bachelor, the chef who wants to expand on his expertise, the novice and for those who entertain regularly. It is also for The Gourmet internationally; who wants to see how Caribbean is prepared and taste w2ithout being here in the Caribbean. This book is enriched with recipes from Guyana, Trinidad, Barbados, and the rest of our Caribbean nation.

Rita Springer is very expressive in her directions; if you just take your time and follow her guidelines slowly, you will gain confidence in your kitchen; and believe me all of us need this from time to time. We cannot cook every dish perfectly; we are good at some, and others of us are prepared to eat out in a restaurant particularly on weekends. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that but imagine when you are having a dinner at your home and you want to surprise your guests, you can pick the hints from the settings in the restaurant, and Caribbean Cooking well do the rest.

Check carefully the photos in this issue. They are to die for. This book comes highly recommended.
Reviewed by Heather Marshall Negahdar ( Haze 19th September 2010)
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HASH(0x9a3e709c) étoiles sur 5 A staple for cooking Caribee. 8 mars 2007
Par J. Rodriguez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I purchased a 1979 edition of 'Caribbean Cooking' by Rita G Springer back in the early 80's because I needed to learn to cook. I'd moved to England from Trinidad where I grew up. Clueless on how to create the food and dishes upon which I grew up, loved to eat and missed dreadfully, my only option was to learn how to create these for myself! Since then, Ms Springer's book has been one of my best loved, always-to-hand culinary companions. I've created my favourite dishes reliably and repeatedly and tried some new ones to boot.

My 1979 edition was well-thumbed, falling apart really. So I was very excited to find that this old favourite had been re-printed and I could buy a new but the same copy. This book represents for me a staple for anyone wishing to eat real everyday West Indian dishes. As a Trini who loves her food, I can definitely recommend this book for all you Caribees far from home, homesick for local fare. And for the adventurous foodie souls out there, I can definitely recommend this book for you too!

ENJOY!
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HASH(0x9a3e74a4) étoiles sur 5 great recipes 8 février 2007
Par CUTIE - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'VE HAD THIS BOOK FOR 11 YEARS.SINCE IN MY HIGH SCHOOL DAYS BACK IN MY HOMELAND DOMINICA.I REMEMBER US USING IT AT OUR FOOD AND NUTRITION CLASSES.THIS BOOK USE TO BE ONE OF OUR TEXT BOOK.THERE ARE SO MANY MOUTH WATERING RECIPES.EVEN TO THIS DAY,EVEN IF IT'S IN HALF,WITH SOME MISPLACED PAGES,I CAN STILL COOK UP SOME OLD RECIPES FOR MY DAUGHTER AND HUSBAND.TRUST ME IT IS WORTH THE MONEY,WHICH IS WHY I AM BUYING ANOTHER ONE TO REPLACE THE OLD.
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HASH(0x9a3e751c) étoiles sur 5 Wonderful 20 juin 2000
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My father bought this book for my mother for Christmas in 1975. It has some absolutely wonderful recipes-coconut bread being my favourite. Even if you don't cook, it's a great book to read anyway as Rita gives you an insight into the Caribbean way of life. My copy of the book in now in a bad way, it has been mended so many times that I think that if you removed the tape, the book would disintigrate :) The book has been handed down to me now and I feel very honoured to have it. Its contents remind me of my childhood, where my parents came from and ultimately, where I come from. A treasured and well loved heirloom. Thank you Ms Springer.
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HASH(0x9a3e74b0) étoiles sur 5 What Caribbeans use to cook 11 novembre 2009
Par Jay Blue - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is the quintessential cookbook of the Caribbean. It's used everywhere. I'm from the Caribbean, and this was one of my textbooks (no lying) in secondary school - it's used so much. I still have it and I still use it. Even though the cookbook is broadened to the Caribbean and not specific to one Caribbean island, it covers almost all of the unique recipes that are spread across the region. There's even a recipes for 'conkie' which I never thought any cookbook would have. The one I have right now is old, so I'm probably going to have to get another one soon. Thanks Amazon!
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HASH(0x9a3e79e4) étoiles sur 5 A BLESSING INDEED 19 septembre 2010
Par Heather Negahdar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This cookbook is a great blessing for the newly wed, the bachelor, the chef who wants to expand on his expertise, the novice and for those who entertain regularly. It is also for the international Gourmet, who wants to see how Caribbean food is prepared and taste without being here in the Caribbean. This book is enriched with recipes from Guyana, Trinidad, Barbados, and the rest of our Caribbean nation.

Rita Springer is very expressive in her directions; if you just take your time and follow her guidelines slowly, you will gain confidence in your kitchen; and believe me all of us need this from time to time. We cannot cook every dish perfectly; we are good at some, and others of us are prepared to eat out in a restaurant particularly on weekends. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that but imagine when you are having a dinner at your home and you want to surprise your guests, you can pick the hints from the settings in the restaurant, and Caribbean Cooking will do the rest.

Check carefully the photos in this issue. They are to die for. This book comes highly recommended.
Reviewed by Heather Marshall Negahdar ( Haze 19th September 2010)
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