This series opens a world of culinary delights, capturing the culture and flavour of each destination through colour photography, recipes and local insights. Each volume contains a unique culinary dictionary that explains terms and ingredients for the discerning visitor. Explore the heady flavours of the Caribbean, the cosmopolitan sophistication of Hong Kong and the vibrancy of its renowned market, or the subtle tones of India, where food captures the spirituality of the land.
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The part about Bahamas and coffee not working together is SO SO SO incorrect. There's no brackish water here. And water on the out islands is pure heaven sent rain water. No wells , no chemicals from polluted air. There is a coffee house on several islands, and coffee is roasted on Eleuthera. Starbucks is a HUGE hit here. And they use the Bahamian purified water. Don't know where you had that"brackish coffee".Perhaps you tried to make it yourself and didnt know how yo make a proper cup of java!
Can you tell me if you know of a Bajan recepie book during the world wars?