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3 Reviews |  By lazyme

You'll be surprised how much this actually tastes like a banana split!

Recipe #248986

7 Reviews |  By lazyme

From Burt Wolf's Menu Cookbook, this looks like it would be really yummy.

Recipe #275828

From The America's Test Kitchen Cookbook. I haven't tried it yet.

Recipe #372902

This makes three loaves; it's my favorite banana bread recipe. Very moist and banana-y.

Recipe #181716

1 Reviews |  By Nif

A real twist to the traditional fruit salad, this Dole recipe will broaden your tastes. Enjoy!

Recipe #372858

A recipe intended to take advantage of leftovers in your frig. I give you a roughly drafted ingredients' list and you choose the recipes to use for these wraps. I stole this recipe, too.

Recipe #149411

3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

This is a very simple & satisfying soup with a lot of flavors & textures. I knew I had to enter it into RSC#8 when my usually picky 9yo dd requested the leftovers for breakfast!!! Cook time *does* include coconut prep time for which instructions are included below.

Recipe #161359

From Bittman's, "The Best Recipes in the World." If you like any of his recipes, you may as well go ahead and buy the book. It's fantastic, both as a reference and for its recipes.

Recipe #369399

A Caribbean/Guyanese staple, dumplins are also known as "bakes". I don't know how authentic this recipe is and the letter "g" has mysteriously vanished, too; regardless, it's easy to make and good served alongside a savory dish or as a sweet treat with honey, butter or jam. These are on the "doughy" side so you know what to expect. From the Caribbean/Central American cookbook.

Recipe #154009

1 Reviews |  By lazyme

I want to try this recipe next time I can find some mahi mahi. The original recipe also says that you can substitute orange roughy or flounder. From The Weight Watchers Complete Cookbook & Program Basics.

Recipe #276768

6 Reviews |  By lazyme

Refreshing summer drink.

Recipe #185216

It doesn't get much more simple than this. It's from Mark Bittman's book, "The Best Recipes in the World". This has so few ingredients that it really does need to be made with homemade stock. If you want the creaminess of using cream, but not the fat, you could use skim-milk evaporated milk.

Recipe #368941

Actually, fried and baked. This is easy to put together! Equally good hot from the oven or served cold at a picnic. The first time I made this I used skinless chicken and it was really delicious! From The Caribbean Cookbook by Hermes' House Publications.

Recipe #154008

3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

Marinated & grilled chicken topped with a refreshing tropical salsa developed for RSC#8. Cook time does not include marinating time. Papaya contains papain which helps digestion and is used to tenderize meat.

Recipe #161358

2 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

While hubby was creating drinks for us, he came up with this version for the kids.

Recipe #190063

Based on a recipe from Heidi Haughy Cusick’s book, Soul and Spice, African Cooking in the Americas. This book is chock-filled with Caribbean, Bahia Brazilian, and Louisiana Creole recipes. She says, “Known as tablette in the Caribbean and cocada in Bahia, this confection combines the Spanish and Portuguese penchant for sweets with the African resourcefulness for using available ingredients: sugar from the cane fields and the abundant adopted coconut. Easy to make, these candies have been satisfying sweet tooths in the Caribbean for two centuries.” Historical note: Sugarcane came to the Caribbean with Columbus on his second voyage in 1494, when he established the first European settlement in the West Indies on Hispaniola; unrefined brown sugar was most commonly used in households; it came in foots, hard cylinders that were grated for use. I haven’t tried this yet.

Recipe #373982

2 Reviews |  By lazyme

This sauce is great over any seafood, chicken and especially rice. From the Salish Lodge & Spa, Snoqualmie, Wa.

Recipe #185534

A Caribbean-inspired recipe using white sweet potatoes. They can be found in markets specializing in Latino, Caribbean/African, or Mexican food staples. White sweet potatoes go by several names: boniato and batata to name a few. White yams can also be substituted (called poona-or Ghanian yam.)

Recipe #153978

Easy recipe for a weeknight meal. Throw everything in crock pot in the morning and your meal's ready when you arrive home from work or school. Serve with hot cooked rice; tossed salad on the side. Source unknown. Vegetarian friendly! *Update* February 2009: I used this recipe: Recipe #100408 to replace the ham.

Recipe #190149

Another version of cristianos y moros. True to the traditional recipe I know not, but delicious I do know. I found this recipe online but I don't know where.

Recipe #141819

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