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    Trinidad - The Island of sugar & spice & all things nice

    The recipes in this book are specific to the Island of Trinidad, and the Trinidad style of home cooking..........we are a Twin Island with Tobago, and are the last Island in the chain of Caribbean Islands, at the closest point only 8 miles off the coast of Venezuela...........we are famous for our CARNIVAL & CALYPSO's, the PITCH LAKE, ANGOSTURA BITTERS ,RUM & our CRICKETERS and renowned for our spontenaity,warm,freindly, welcoming,no nonsense,humourous natures and providers of that little something we call STOP AT HOME (good food)...........we are known as the Melting Pot of the Caribbean,because we are many nationalities ( East Indian, Negro, Chinese,Syrian, Lebanese,Portugese, Spanish, French Creole,Caucasian,indiginous Carib & Arawak,) living in harmony that go to make one nation........Cook, eat & drink and let your taste buds transport you to the wonderful Island of TRINIDAD.
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    This is a seasoning made from fresh herbs & vegetables. It is used to coat and soak into all meats--found in all homes throughout the Caribbean. It varies slightly from island to island. Can be kept in the fridge for up to 2 weeks ( if it lasts that long).

    Recipe #374098

    This is a simple to make recipe and delicious--provided by site www. Trinigourmet.com

    Recipe #247352

    This melt in your mouth bread is a Trinidad favourite. Etra amounts always have to be bought, as they're usually devoured in the car on the way home from the local bakery Very nice with scrambled egg filling. Courtesy www.trinigourmet.com

    Recipe #247555

    A recipe from Trinidad that goes with just about anything........nice on cheese sandwiches.

    Recipe #247556

    Another great mango chutney recipe from Trinidad.............goes nicely with a curry.......or alternately with a cold meat platter.

    Recipe #247559

    This spicey sauce is delicious with seafood

    Recipe #246769

    Another variation of West Indian pepper sauce.........all enjoyable & VERY HOT

    Recipe #246772

    Another variation on HOT pepper sauce, to add to your collection............

    Recipe #246774

    A traditional Christmas - New Year's drink in the Caribbean--very refreshing and very popular.

    Recipe #246776

    A delightfully refreshing drink, especially for those with a sweet tooth

    Recipe #246779

    A decadent twist to the ever popular trifle..........very popular in the west indies.

    Recipe #246310

    Pepper pot is made throughout the Islands, and will differ slightly on each island.It is a dish that can go on, & on , & on.......

    Recipe #245911

    Made from the ELIXIER of the Islands, the base for these delicious drinks is of course RUM--ENJOY.

    Recipe #242370

    Can be eaten hot or cold with a salad of your choice.

    Recipe #242314

    This is a recipe from the Trinidad Hilton, the famous upside down hotel in PORT-OF SPAIN. The main entrance is on the top floor, while the bedrooms climb down the green hillside below. From Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242336

    Easy to make and delicious--for stuffing whole fish, can be oven baked or wrapped in foil & B-B-Q'd--for medium to large fish.

    Recipe #242347

    The Caroni swamp, near PORT-of-SPAIN in TRINIDAD, is known for its tree oysters. One can take a boat into the swamp & here, besides oysters and most beautiful tropical vegetation, the scarlet ibis make their nests. Any visitor to TRINIDAD should try to see this bird and to make the excursion to the swamp. From Caribbean Cooking For Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242358

    Tourists in the local fish market often reject the fish head with a shudder, but local people pounce on it, knowing the tasty and nourishing "tea' it will make. From Caribbean Cooking for Pleasure, Mary Slater.

    Recipe #242150

    Personally I find this a bit bland but it is a traditional comfort food for my DH. He loves this with plain rice and fried fish or as a soup on it's own. If made without pepper, I find it to be a useful side dish to a very hot spicy curry.

    Recipe #192949

    A lovely dessert made from a staple food of the Amerindians who were the original inhabitants of the Caribbean. Cassava is also known as manioc or yuca. It is processed into flour in the form of fine dried flakes which West Indians call farine. Farine is used to make breads make bread and porridge. It is also processed as small hard white spheres or "pearls" called tapioca that are soaked before use. This is my dad's recipe for this West Indian dessert.

    Recipe #192540

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