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Urmie D. Seenarine Shares Healthy and Delightful Recipes Features West Indian American Cuisine

With the “West Indian American Cookbook,” homemakers, food lovers, and aspiring chefs are surely in for a treat as the author shares unique flavorful 107 uncomplicated dishes that will surely spice up every person’s culinary journey.

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Ultimately, she brings a perfect fusion of American and West Indies cuisine that surely turns every dish into an unforgettable experience.

A native Guyana cook, Urmie D. Seenarine wishes to share exotic and palatable creations that can be great additions to everyone’s everyday cooking. Inspired by everything she learned from her father, she gives readers a glimpse of the passion and heart that comes with every dish included in her unique cookbook.
The “West Indian American Cookbook” features 107 healthy recipes that come with easy-to-navigate instructions. With flavorful recipes complete from breakfast to dessert, there surely is a great recipe or two for every food lover.
In her dishes, Seenarine provides a creative alternative to the basics especially since she adds a variety of herbs and spices that will make each recipe special and unique. Ultimately, she brings a perfect fusion of American and West Indies cuisine that surely turns every dish into an unforgettable experience.
Ready to blow away audiences one recipe at a time, the “West Indian American Cookbook” is set to participate in the upcoming 2018 Miami Book Fair. Happening on November 11-18, 2018, this eight-day affair is truly a wonderful literary gathering that should not be missed!
West Indian American Cookbook
Written by: Urmie D. Seenarine
Published by: Trafford Publishing
Published date: December 10, 2010
Paperback Price: $29.61
About the Author
Urmie D.Seenarine born and raised in Guyana, started cooking at the early age of eleven. It was under the close eye of her father Mr. B.Ramotar, who was the unofficial village cook for big functions and events, that she learned using different exotic ingredients and formed a passion for mixing spices. It was no wonder, then, that she managed to marry into a huge family of eight—and creating at least two big meals a day for them—made her love cooking even more. But it was not until she moved to America that she honed her skill in creating sumptuous dishes, putting in her special West Indian taste in an otherwise typical America homemade meal. She currently lives in Richmond Hill, New York, with her husband, Mr. Seenarine, two children, Sarah and Narish, and three grandchildren.

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