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    This recipe Is from week 19 of my food blog, "Travel by Stove." I am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on Earth, and The Bahamas are my 19th stop. This carrot cake gets added flavor from pineapple, coconut and a range of spices.

    Recipe #472440

    A nice diversion from plain 'ole cream cheese.

    Recipe #48279

    On a recent vacation to the Bahamas with my daughter, we were served Johnny Cake with dinner instead of the usual bread or rolls. It's light, slightly sweet, and was served warm. We've made it for breakfast and there's never any left. It's great with butter or jam.

    Recipe #321412

    2 Reviews |  By Clara12

    Last year I went to the cafeteria of my favorite huge book store and enjoyed that wonderful cocktail. As it was so delicious I drank all the other tasty cocktails they had on the menu and asked for the recipes. So have a look at my other recipes, there you will find them.

    Recipe #58012

    These bars bring back memories; for one of my grandkid honeymoon and her's 2 secone love, in the Bahamas. Naturally, I too love every bite as will! This was a HUGE crowd-pleaser. Jam-packed with peanut-y flavor, they were a unanimous hit with everyone on the house. We had success making these with regular pastry flour in place of the whole wheat pastry which can be a little harder to find.

    Recipe #490595

    This recipe Is from week 19 of my food blog, "Travel by Stove." I am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on Earth, and The Bahamas are my 19th stop. Poster's Note: I never use any recipes for Travel by Stove (this one included) that I am not reasonably certain come from traditional or authentic sources. I never add or remove ingredients from them before I post them to my blog or to Food.com, even if I think the recipe might benefit from changes. In this way I can be sure I'm giving my readers a true representation of cuisine from the region. Conch fritters are served in restaurants all over the islands, so many people think of them as a big part of the Bahamian tourist experience. If you can't find conch in your local market (and you probably can't), you can order a canned version online.

    Recipe #472434

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com Thick-cut and coconut breaded, with chili-horseradish and citrus-mustard dipping sauces. That's what the menu says! I have bought coconut onion rings frozen and they were so good I had to find a recipe! I haven't tried these yet but plan to soon. Put here for safekeeping. A Todd Wilbur copycat recipe. This recipe comes with 2 dipping sauce recipes, but if you like, use whatever sauce you like. This makes alot of breading, so you may can half the recipe or put the excess in the freezer for next time.

    Recipe #449986


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