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Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad & Tobago Paperback – July 1, 2010
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"Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad and Tobago by Ramin Ganeshram is a good cookbook specializing in TnT dishes." --Lonely Planet Guides, Destination Caribbean
About the Author
Ramin Ganeshram a journalist and chef who writes about food, culture, and history in cookbooks, fiction and essays for adults and kids. Her other cookbooks include Cooking with Coconut, FutureChefs, America I Am: Pass It Down Cookbook, and Stir It Up, a YA novel.
Foreword by Molly O'Neill: For a decade, Molly O'Neill was the food columnist for "The New York Times Magazine" and the host of the PBS series "Great Food". Her work has appeared in many national magazines, and she is the author of three cookbooks, including the award-winning "The New York Cookbook". She lives in New York City.
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Unfortunately, (now I am being fussy), the photographs don't depict the true ethnicity of Trinidad and Tobago, those of us from these twin islands will look at these photos and agree with me.
But hey! all books will always be bias in some way or the other. Happy cooking!!
The pictures of Trinidad and the stories bring that element of history and home and passion to the recipes. And I LOVE that she offers substitutions for some of the ingredients. I made a callaloo stew with swiss chard and spinach as suggested, and while the taste was slightly less sweet, it carried such a good flavour that I felt I was home again. Those other cookbooks maybe going to the second hand store.