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    Zaar World Tour 3 - Caribbean - (All Players Cookbook)

    Zaar World Tour 3 - Caribbean Wild Card - All players cookbook. Includes recipes from the Caribbean islands and Bermuda.
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    I just saw this on Boy Meets Grill with Bobby Flay and it is so good and easy I had to post! A great ending to a Moroccan meal! This is also a Caribbean and Southern recipe.

    Recipe #186849

    This is easy to make with yummy results. I got my hibiscus flowers from my bulk heath food store. This turns a beautiful red color! Adapted from Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello.

    Recipe #186850

    In Thailand, bananas are used for desserts such as this one! Simple recipes like this are also used in the Caribbean! From Vegetarian Times cookbook.

    Recipe #187034

    A lovely dessert adapted from Your Guide to Southern U.S. Cuisine by Diana Rattray. Also popular in the Caribbean and Mexico, and the South!

    Recipe #189521

    This recipe won $10,000 in the Southern Living 2003 Cookoff contest in the Simple & Scrumptious Entrées. This is fall off the bone good!

    Recipe #190558

    A great little appetizer from the California Avocado Commision. You may leave out the egg yolks or add them in!

    Recipe #192196

    So different than your normal guacamole! Recipe courtesy of the Haas Avocado Board.

    Recipe #192306

    So simply delicious! If you like salt with your chocolate, use salted cashews. If you would prefer, use unsalted cashews. Adapted from the QVC website.

    Recipe #192329

    These have a nice sweet/savory flavor and are great for get togethers! Season ahead of time and eat hot out of the oven with mango chutney! Adapted from Cook's Recipes.

    Recipe #192345

    A delicious coleslaw with a little citrus twist! Adapted from Cooks Recipes. If you like your slaw a little wetter, make another 1/2 recipe of the dressing. Enjoy! This is southwestern also made in Spain, they like to use citrus.

    Recipe #192817

    A great way to use tamarind pods! A Mexican recipe adapted from Rick Bayless's book "Authentic Mexican". I have also discovered the tamarind is used throughout much of Africa! Now, having said that, tamarinds are also grown and widely popular in the tropics, so this could also be classed as a Caribbean recipe!

    Recipe #171410

    An easier version of mango fool! This is called African but also made in the Caribbean and the South!

    Recipe #174323

    A chilled soup that is creamy and smooth! Great for a hot summer day! African origin, but bananas grow in the tropics and so this recipe is Caribbean and Southern too!

    Recipe #174553

    This salad holds together well, so is great for cookouts picnics, etc. Adapted from Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #174799

    The traditional vegetables-carrots, cauliflower florets, zucchini, and jicama-may be added to this HOT pickle!

    Recipe #174957

    This is how they make mango shakes in Russia! From Russian Foods. Do you think the Russians got this from the Caribbean? It is popular there too! Also in Florida, where we used to take the mangos off the tree and throw them into the blender!

    Recipe #175328

    A recipe used in England added to hot water to form a bedtime drink and is also said to relieve colds. From British Foods Downunder.

    Recipe #175889

    This is so good using orange marmalade to make a yummy dressing! Feel free to substitute other fruits for the ones listed. From the Reynolds Wrap folks.

    Recipe #176106

    Icy cold and so good! From a blender site.

    Recipe #176248

    Watermelon, honeydew and cantalope blended with ice to make a lovely summer drink!

    Recipe #176251

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