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Virgin Islander Kathleen Querrard takes you on a Caribbean cooking journey. In this small, 36-page cookbook, she shares favorite island recipes she learned from her mother and grandmother. Sections include: appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, side dishes, sauces and seasonings, baked goods, desserts, and drinks. Recipes include: Beef Pate, Bread Pudding, Callaloo Soap, Sweet Bread, Coconut Drops, Conch Fritters, Ducana, Ginger Beer, Johnny Cakes, Plantain Soap, Rum cake, and others. 37 pages. Soft cover. Dimensions (LxH, in inches): 5 x 5.

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Weight .1188 lbs
Dimensions 5 × .13 × 5 in

2 reviews for My Little Virgin Islands Cookbook

  1. Mrs Anne Cobb

    The best I have found
    After picking up this little recipe book, it is true to it’s name and meaning. Virgin Islands recipe at it finest, it will stay on my top lists of books especially with the Holidays coming, perfect Stocking Stuffers.

  2. Derek

    Great Little Cookbook
    I received the book as a gift from my sister visiting some of our family in St. Croix. This is a great little book to remind you of the recipes that you may remember your island parents cooking but never got around to learning how to make. I enjoy the recipes and the spirit in which the book was written. Fungi and Fish, simple and delish..ious.

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