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The Sugar Mill Caribbean Cookbook: Casual and Elegant Recipes Inspired by the Islands

Sample Recipes from The Sugar Mill Caribbean Cookbook: Casual and Elegant Recipes Inspired by the Islands

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Lobster or Crab Eggs Benedict

Start the day the elegant Caribbean way with lobster swathed in lime hollandaise in an island version of classic eggs Benedict.

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Sweet-Potato Waffles with Orange Butter

Caribbean sweet potatoes grow on a trailing vine and have orange skins and flesh that varies in hue from pale white to reddish orange. In...

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Stamp and Go

These Jamaican salt-fish fritters are popular throughout the Caribbean, where salt fish is a staple. Although salt fish will never win an...

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Papaya and Prosciutto with Ginger Vinaigrette

This can be served as a first course or as a salad. Either way, the sweet, salty, and tart flavors will dance on your taste buds.

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Tomato and Ginger Wine Soup

Popular in the Caribbean, Stone's Ginger Wine should be available from most well-stocked liquor stores elsewhere. If you can't find it, s...

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Tuna Salad with Tangerine Vinaigrette

Although tangerines are not native into the Caribbean, we've planted a small tree in our home garden in Brewer's Bay. It has yet to bear ...

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