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    The Caribbean includes Jamaica, Cuba, Aruba, Anguila, Trinidad, the Virgin Islands,
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    Taking a popular Aruban drink and making it non alcoholic. From Recipe Island.

    Recipe #507298

    Fresh pineapple and coconut are some of the main ingredients in Caribbean(and assuredly in authentic Antigua and Barbuda cuisine). Here they get pureed to a smooth and creamy deliciousness! Adapted from a recipe by Vegetarian Times magazine.

    Recipe #507250

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    I'm told every household in Puerto Rico has a bottle of pique on the table. And every family has their own version. You can use any hot peppers you like, according to your heat tolerance. All measurements are adjustable to your taste. You will need 1 clean, empty glass bottle of about 12-ounce capacity with a tight fitting lid(In Puerto Rico they traditionally use rum bottles). If there is a removable plastic shaker top, that is even better! Remove the shaker top prior to filling and set aside. An empty rice wine vinegar bottle works very well.

    Recipe #504105

    A Caribbean breakfast treat called “Bakes.” They are soft, doughy, and almost impossible to put down. Bakes are most enjoyed in the morning – think Sunday morning brunch. Despite the name, bakes are only occasionally baked. More often than not, Bakes are fried discs of dough. Enjoy plain or split open with anything from jam, cheese, meat, salt cod salad, or whatever works for you. Everyone has their own version. Cook time will vary with heat. Enjoy!

    Recipe #503332

    No Cuban meal is complete without a cafecito, or Cuban coffee. More than just an espresso, a well-made cafecito has sweet crema floating over strong espresso coffee. Despite its name, crema has nothing to do with cream—it's actually foam made from sugar that's been thoroughly beaten with a splash of coffee. Many don't realize that it's the technique for making the crema—not the type of coffee beans used—that makes the coffee Cuban. But for the full Cuban experience, Castro recommends using Café Bustelo espresso. Chef, nutritionist, and cooking teacher Lourdes Castro shared this recipe for Cuban coffee, or cafecito, as part of a festive Cuban party menu she created for Epicurious.

    Recipe #503292

    Drinking these without the rum will keep you from pain! From the British Virgin Islands. The cocktail was created by George and Marie Myrick of the Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke Island, British Virgin Islands, in 1971. It is served in almost every resturant and on every island in the British Virgin Islands. It is now considered the official dirnk of the BVI's.

    Recipe #502740

    A popular dish in the Caribbean. You can change up the spices to your liking. You could also use soy or other non dairy yogurt or sour cream to make this vegan. From Sue's Nutrition Buzz.

    Recipe #502737

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    I'm not a big fan of fried foods, but I do love sweet potatoes and this recipe caught my eye. For a treat, try it! Slice the sweet potatoes as thinly as possible to decrease fry time and increase crispness. Slicing the sweet potatoes with a mandoline makes for wafer-thin and uniform rounds. But you can also use a chef's knife to slice the potatoes. Adapted from Serious Eats. I believe they got this from Marvin Gapultos who is the author of the Filipino food blog, Burnt Lumpia.

    Recipe #496287

    Delicious and so pretty to look at too! Served in the shell, this makes for a great light salad for parties, lunches, and at home! From Whole Living, January/February 2012.

    Recipe #481640

    I just love watermelon and the drinks that are made from them. This is so yummy. I have added my own little addition 8) . Adapted from Healthy Quick Cook by Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #460346

    A non alcoholic version of Tequila sunrise. I hope you enjoy :)

    Recipe #460107

    I got some pureed cantalope and had some watermelon, and didn't want to use banana, so here is the result. Great for a hot summer day.Add the honey or sugar if you want it a little sweeter.

    Recipe #459763

    Ginger gives such a nice flavor kick to any food or drink. Enjoy this sweet tea on a nice hot day, and relax a few minutes! Adapted from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #457431

    Strawberries and watermelon, how can you go wrong? One of the wonderful things about hot weather is this cold drink! Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #456204

    I tried Kashi black beans and mango salsa, and have thought about making some ever since. So here is a Caribbean version. To be really healthy, saute vegetables in water or other liquid, or you may use the olive oil. Your choice! Enjoy! Recipe is from Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D.

    Recipe #452664

    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

    Oooh, I just love mango and this combo is luscious!

    Recipe #427233

    My heart goes out to all the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. I have been learning a little bit about their country and culture. Here is a recipe from The Taste of Haiti. Cook time is assuming you are cooking vegetables at the same time.

    Recipe #408706

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