Jamaican Cooking: 140 Roadside and Homestyle Recipes

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Macmillan USA, 1997 - Cooking - 162 pages
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We're talking Jerk Chicken, Fried Fish and Bammy, Rice and Peas and Johnny Cakes. Follow the road signs through the island of Jamaica to discover authentic jerk and other Jamaican food, traditionally cooked in hollowed-out oil drums and served to you by a friendly proprietor. Celebrate the Jamaican culture by sharing the great spirit of the people through their delicious recipes.

The black and white photos allow you to be a part of the richly visual experience of creating authentic Jamaican food. Real Jamaican food, when cooked with understanding, is a soul-satisfying experience. So pour yourself a Rum Punch, nibble on some Plantain Fritters and bask in the warm glow of Jamaica.

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Lucinda Scala Quinn is a cohost of "Everyday Food," the PBS cooking series produced by Martha Stewart Living Television, and has her own Sirius satellite radio show on the Martha Stewart Living Network. She heads the food department of Martha Stewart Living and related publications. She is also the author of "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen,"

Quentin Bacon is a top food photographer whose work has appeared in magazines such as "Food & Wine" and "Real Simple" as well as in many cookbooks, including "Barefoot in Paris" by Ina Garten, "Holiday Food" by Mario Batali, "R.S.V.P." by Nan Kempner, "Cakewalk" by Margaret Braun, "Our Latin Table" by Fernando Saralegui, and "Dinner After Dark" byColin Cowie.

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