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Caribbean recipes combine African, Amerindian, French, East Indian, and Spanish styles of cooking. Foods served in the Caribbean islands have been influenced by the cultures of the world, but each island adds its own special flavor.

You and your family and friends can enjoy this delicious cuisine in your own home. We have hand selected 20 Best of the Best and most inviting Caribbean recipes like West Indian Crispy Pork Bits, Caribbean Citrus Chicken, Cheesy Chicken & Plantain Casserole, Cuban-Style Pork And Sweet Potato Slow Cooker Stew, Jamaican Brown Stew Fish, Mojito Sauce, Grilled Jerk Pork Tenderloin, & many more from the Chef's Secret Vault. Your friends and family will think you've been taking lessons in gourmet cooking. So don't miss this chance to add some treasured recipes to your personal collection today!

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ISBN: 9781452344294
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