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Trinigourmet’s Amazon Hotlist for March 2010

Posted Apr 02 2010 9:04pm

TriniGourmet’s Amazon Hotlist is a compilation of -your- most clicked (and purchased) items on TriniGourmet.com

*note: Hover your mouse over each title for more details!

1. The Multi-Cultural Cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago & the Caribbean

Description: This book features the multi-cultural Cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean on a whole. It has received glowing praises and is regarded amongst many as a premier guide to Caribbean cooking. If you’d like to try your hand at the delicious Caribbean dishes that you have tasted, this is definitely the cookbook to buy.

For this and other Caribbean Cookbooks check out the Caribbean section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

2. Corelle Hearthstone Stoneware Square 16-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4

Description:

* Corelle Hearthstone Square 16-piece set, service for 4
* Includes 4 each: 11-1/2-inch dinner plate; 8-3/4-inch luncheon plate; 28-ounce soup/cereal bowl; 14-ounce mug
* Crafted of durable stoneware in choice of 5 colors
* Modern square design influenced by Asian styling
* Safe for use in the oven, microwave, and dishwasher; 1-year chip warranty

For this and other tableware check out the tableware section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

Sweet Hands: Island Cooking From Trinidad And Tobago3. Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad and Tobago

Description: Callalloo and Buss Up Shut, Mother-in-Law And Kuchela, Chip Chip and Doubles. The verbiage of Trinidad’s cuisine is both lyrical and mysterious. The variety of foods from this Caribbean nation and their fanciful names tell the story of a rich and eclectic cultural heritage.

For this and other Caribbean Cookbooks check out the Caribbean section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

4. Baking: From My Home to Yours

Description: Greenspan, coauthor of books with culinary icons such as Julia Child (Baking with Julia), Daniel Boulud and Pierre Hermé, shares her favorite recipes in this tantalizing collection, which covers all the baking bases, from muffins, cookies and brownies to spoon desserts, pies and cobblers. Instructions are clear and easy to follow, and Greenspan uses everyday ingredients readily available to the home chef. Recipes like Perfection Pound Cake and All-American, All-Delicious Apple Pie convey a comfortable, almost homey, familiarity that will bring readers back to this collection again and again. In addition, she provides insight into matters many cooks may not often consider, such as leaveners, technique and choosing the right pan.

For this and other books on Baking & Desserts check out the Bread, Baking & Desserts section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

5. Homemade: Delicious Foods to Make and Give

Description: Homemade is much more than a collection of recipes. Since a big part of every gift’s appeal is its presentation, author Judith Choate includes plenty of ideas and tips on how to wrap, pack, and ship food gifts with creativity and style. You’ll learn how to cleverly combine food gifts into the perfect package, how to decorate jar tops, where to find beautiful bottles for condiments and flavored oils, and more.

For this and other General Cookbooks check out the General Cookbook section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!


6. Cooking with Three Ingredients: Flavorful Food, Easy as 1, 2, 3

Description:
There’s magic in the number three. And when it comes to cooking, the number three can create culinary magic in your kitchen. In this fabulous, original collection, three ingredients add up to much more than the sum of their parts.

There are three-ingredient pasta sauces, delectable vegetables and sides, and even “almost instant” desserts.

Using only three ingredients means less shopping, less preparation, less cleanup — and best of all, less time. And with the many creative ways author Andrew Schloss has put these together, no one will guess that you haven’t slaved for hours in the kitchen. You’ll find these recipes exceptionally easy — and unbelievably delicious.

For this and other General Cookbooks check out the General Cookbook section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

The Sephardic Table: The Vibrant Cooking of the Mediterranean Jews 7. The Sephardic Table: The Vibrant Cooking of the Mediterranean Jews

Description: A collection of 175 recipes from Morocco, Libya, Algeria, and Tunisia in North Africa; from the Ottoman communities of Turkey, Rhodes, and Greece; from Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, and Iran in the Middle East.

For this and other books on Jewish cuisine check out the Jewish section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

8. Caribbean Cookbook: A Lifetime of Recipes

Description: Rita Springer is a culinary icon in the Caribbean. Her original “Caribbean Cookbook”, first published in 1968, is a paperback classic and continues to be widely used throughout the Caribbean.This new edition’s elegant format, with her recipes accompanied by high quality photographs for the very first time, is a fitting tribute to her lifetime’s work. Rita’s comprehensive repertorie of West Indian recipes are simply written, using a wide variety of fresh ingredients to make tasty, wholesome food for everyday living and entertaining in Caribbean style.

9. Jewish Cooking in America: Expanded Edition

Description:

You don’t have to be Jewish to like the latest entry in the Knopf Cooks American series. You don’t even have to like Jewish cooking. A food-lover’s guide to Jewish American history and culture, it dishes up not just recipes but appetizing anecdotes, insights about various forms of religious observance and how they have been affected by transplantation to the New World, even a few jokes. This book won the 1995 Julia Child Cookbook Award in the American Category.

For this and other books on Jewish cuisine check out the Jewish section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!

10. The Secrets of Jesuit Breadmaking

Description: Curry, a Jesuit brother and founder of the National Theater Workshop of the Handicapped, has also gained a reputation as a bread baker. His unusual, often absorbing book presents 80 recipes of all sorts along with anecdotes about the Jesuit community, the history of the order, and prayers and blessings. Some of the recipes are Curry’s own, several are the daily breads he made as a novice, and many come from other Jesuit brothers and priests from Italy, Ireland, Mexico, and other countries. The recipes are good, and Curry writes well and engagingly; most baking collections will want this.

For this and other books on Baking check out the Bread, Baking & Desserts section of my Veni Mangé Amazon Store!


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