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Colombia is a country of vast exotic culinary creations and diverse territories that range from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, producing a plentiful variety of seafood; to the Amazon, Magdelena and Cauca rivers that bathe its soils with fertility; and to the Andean mountains that present coller climates. The author travelled throughout these regions to collect the most authentic dishes. With over 175 recipes and a glossary of ingredients, cooks will become acquainted with many of Colombia's indienous foods, such as cilantro, tamarind, tree tomatoes, gooseberries and sweet and hot peppers.
SUPERANNO Chef-journalist Ramin Ganeshram introduces readers to the rich, eclectic cuisine of her father's homeland, Trinidad—where African, Indian, Chinese and British culinary influences come together in a unique blend. Updated with new recipes, a detailed travel section for visitors to Trinidad & Tobago, a foreword by New York Times columnist Molly O'Neill and stunning color photos, this collection of 175 recipes will appeal to any enthusiast of Caribbean cuisine and culture. Original.
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